Most people don't wear watches anymore because they use their cell phone to tell time, but what happens when Skynet brings down the entire telecommunication system? You're gonna be running around with your head between your legs wondering why everything smells like butthole, that's what! Aaaaand that's why I still wear a watch. Introducing the Kisai Traffic from Tokyoflash. It looks like a city map!
Hours 1-12 are the city streets in blue, 5 minute intervals are shown along the subway line in orange and single minutes 1-4 are the highway out of town in green. After touching the button, lights showing the current time will flash for a seven seconds to direct you.
Recharge (USB) when the power is low and you'll be bright and fast enough to beat the lights at the next intersection. One full charge takes 3.5 hours and each charge should last 1 month. There are 300 charges in one battery and the battery is easily replaceable.
The watch sells for $170 and is available now to provide that much needed "icebreaker" when trying to strike up a convo with the ladies. Alternatively, actually break ice (AND NOT WIND). And not glass either although I do know it looks a lot like ice when you've been drinking. Hey lady, hey lady -- watch this -- I'm gonna jump through that wall of ice. "That's a windo--" *CRASH!*
Hit the jump for another shot and a diagram explaining how to read the time.