Tokyoflash's Latest Bling: Is That An R75 On Your Wrist Or Do I Just Want To Do You?
Tokyoflash's first design of 2009, the R75, is now available, and you have the Geekologie Writer's personal guarantee it will get you laid.* How could it not -- it comes in three different colors, including gold! Like my teeth! It can also tell time in there different modes! F*** I'm excited!
Hour-centric mode displays the hour in digits on the lower display and minutes on the upper display, each LED representing a progression of five minutes. Perfect for when you need to know the approximate time quickly.
Minute-centric mode displays the exact minutes in digits on the lower display with the upper display representing the progression of hours using twelve LEDs.
Binary is presented on the upper display only. The top line of six LEDs indicate the hour, the second line indicates minutes. To read the time in binary, refer to the example below. Binary is read from the right, the first lit LED representing the number 1. This is then doubled; 2, 4, 8, 16 and 32, a combination of these numbers representing the time in hours and minutes.
Damn do I love a watch that's hard to read. It keeps the ladies looking at your wrist longer. And that, provided you plucked the hair out of that nasty looking, potentially cancerous mole, is a good thing. R75's are available now with either blue or white LEDs for $235. Also, I'm available now for celebrity appearances and photo-ops (price inversely commensurate with drunkeness at time of booking).
*Geekologie Writer's personal guarantee not guaranteed. This coupon has no cash value.
Hit the jump for two more pictures and a link to the product page.