The Atom Watch Reminds You of What You're Made Of

By: Michael Hines - Published: Jun 16, 2011 • References: thinkgeek & technabob
Despite all of my time spent in science class, I still can't figure out how to tell time using the Atom Watch. The Atom Watch is a wristwatch created by ThinkGeek that uses a model of an atom to tell time.

The nucleus in the center of the watch acts as the hour hand, while the electrons on the outer edge act as the minute hand. Despite not really knowing how to read this watch, I love it. I could do with some numbers on the face, but I suppose you would wear this watch more as a geeky fashion statement than as an actual timepiece. You can see the Atom Watch here, and you can purchase it from ThinkGeek for the princely sum of $120. Stats for Atomic Time-Tellers Trending: Older & Chilly
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