Another strange watch, from Japan
The Mugen watch is not as strange as some, but it will take some time for the owner to learn how to tell the time, but maybe it is not about telling the time, maybe it is wrist art, little gems that adorn the wrists of those who feel that they need not wear a watch because they do not chase time, so the a little spare piece of space that needs covering up, so why not a Mugen watch.
The watch is available in both black or silver, and the name means infinity, so time and infinity go well together as does the way the time is displayed through a series of digital blocks which spiral around into infinity, quite aptly in fact. So how do you tell the time? It is relatively simple really, there are sixty blocks, each representing one minute each, they are grouped in tens, and with a inner spiral that represents one hour each, once used to the display it would be relatively simple to tell the time at glance, while everyone else is stumped at trying to either work out what is or what the time is.
One feature in the display is that every minute the display will spiral into the center, and then back out again before returning to the time setting once more, another weird and wonderful idea that will keep friends and colleagues busy for days, while you can after a few day be able to tell the time as fast as if it were a standard time piece.
Other notable features of this watch are it’s small size & weight.
The strap is a svelte 1.5mm thick
Weighs just 60 grams.
English & Japanese Instructions
1 Year Warranty
Exclusive to Tokyo flash
The new and exclusive Mugen watch costs around £43, which is almost $84 US.