Some people like a more coded time-teller, and for those who do, there is the Tokyoflash 'Gridlock' watch. Although it is not as complicated as some I've seen featured on Trend Hunter, it still needs to be deciphered.
The Tokyoflash 'Gridlock' watch features a circular light path on the left hand side that tells the hour and then numbers on the right to signal the minutes. Okay, so it doesn't really take a genius to read it, but I appreciate directness.
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