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Tokyoflash Wasted watch offers a safe, legal high that's much more expensive (and much less effective) than street drugs

Tokyoflash Wasted watch offers a safe, legal high that's much more expensive (and much less effective) than street drugs
Joseph L. Flatley
Joseph L. Flatley|November 2, 2010 5:03 PM
Just when a Tokyoflash watch has reached the pinnacle of unreadability, it looks like the company has scaled things back slightly -- very, very, very slightly. Kisai's Wasted watch makes "your senses [come] alive" by turning the time display into a sort of psychedelic light show, one that it would take a modern day Timothy Leary to decode. It's apparently supposed to simulate some sort of hallucinatory state, although we're guessing that it's much more likely to give you a migraine. Rechargeable via USB, and available now for $85 plus shipping. Turn on, tune in, and click the source link to get started -- or peep the video after the break if you're uncertain, man.


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