The Broke USB Watch is a Colorful Way to Pass Time

By: Alex Scott - Published: Apr 29, 2010 • References: tokyoflash &
Think you can figure out how to tell time on the Broke USB watch? No? Fine, I'll tell you. If you look closely, you will see that the colored shapes actually form a series of two rings and a column. The outer ring signifies the hour, the inner ring displays the minutes in intervals of five, and the column lists the exact minute from 1-5. See, that wasn't hard.

Rather than just being mystifying and colorful, the Broke USB watch is the first of its kind that can be recharged by a computer. So, you no longer have to struggle tirelessly to try and get the pesky back off to replace the battery. Stats for Stained Glass Chronographs Trending: Older & Mild
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