Aug 27 2008Tokyoflash's Latest Wristwear: The Rogue
The Rogue is a watch that, when worn, lets others know you're chock full of bad-assery. And, quite possibly, bionic innards. The $155 watch comes in both black and silver, and is sure to turn heads and drop panties. So, how do you read it?
Once mastered, navigating the time is simple, but creates a sense of mystique to the uninformed. The outer ring of small dots represents minutes, every fifth dot being slightly smaller to distinguish five minute groups. The ring of large blocks represents rough minutes, the position of the gap indicating approximate minutes. The inner ring of blocks represents hours, the position of the gap in the ring showing the current hour as on a clock face.
Perfect sense. But I'm just going to tell everybody it's a miniature radar anyways. A dork-dar if a guy asks, but a poon-dar if it's a sexy lady. Because women really like it when you refer to their nether regions as "poon". As in "I'm trying to get some poon on my pudding spoon". Oh man, they love that one. Trust me, I'm a podiatrist.
Hit the jump for a picture of the watch in silver, and a graphic that helps explain how to read the time.