Time is not as predictable as an analog wristwatch might have you believe, so the development of the DEZ Watch keeps its wearer on his toes. This unusual timepiece looks like it would complement a Star Trek costume quite well, embodying an innovative method for displaying the time.
The face of this TokyoFlash digital watch has been divided up into a sharp S shape in which all of the colorful LED dashes are embedded. To connect with the progression of the day, begin by counting how many of the 12 indicators are illuminated and that will give you the hour. Next, notice the number of stripes that are lit up of the five on top, and this tells you if the minutes are in the 0s, the 10s, the 20s and so on. Peter Fletcher's DEZ Watch divulges the nine 60-second intervals at the bottom.
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