A high-quality watch is sometimes exactly what you need to complete an outfit. For sportswear, the obvious choice would be a heart rate watch, but in the case of this particular model, we have to assume that the outfit in question includes a lot of leather and chrome: the designer has definitely seen Blade Runner.
The black version looks somewhat intimidating and may give people the idea that it does more than tell time. Gold and silver designs are available too, but don’t go as well with this visual concept.
Instead of using numbers or hands to indicate the hour, a series of bright blue LEDs light up. This would be annoying if they glowed all the time; instead, you press a button to see what time it is (and once more to display the date).
This means you have to do a little math every time you look at it, but this is not really difficult and becomes much easier with practice.
Should you like more of a challenge, this true binary watch will suit you better, forcing you to add up powers of two (1, 2, 4, 8, etc.) to get the current time.
There are, in fact, a couple of products that operate on roughly the same principle.
This Fanmis stands out head and shoulders among the rest, though. Easy to read and pretty durable at the price, our only real complaint with it is that its somewhat graceless design won’t suit most women.