If you're like us, you don't mind working that grey matter to tell the time, especially if the watch your wearing looks and acts like something ripped from the U.S.S. Enterprise. The Timescape Sci-Fi watch, thus named for its cryptic time telling interface, sports a chrome exterior and uses a series of blue LEDs to illuminate a rectangular grid, giving you unique temporal readouts. Each line contains a series of dots representing minutes or hours, with the vertical lines displaying hours, the first three horizontal lines showing five-minute increments, and the last row offering exact minutes. Sound complicated? Well it is, but sometimes looking good takes a little work -- you think Uhura rolls out of bed looking like that? The Timescape Sci-Fi watch is now on sale exclusively from Gadgets and Gear for $70, but if you just like staring at shiny flashy things, we've got a video of the timepiece after the jump.
Timescape Sci-Fi watch makes you work for the time of day, looks good doing it (video)
In this article: accessories, Accessory, clock, design, designer, fashion, LED, led watch, LEDs, LedWatch, Sci-Fi, science fiction, ScienceFiction, scifi, time, timepiece, timepieces, Timespace, Timespace Sci-Fi, Timespace Sci-Fi watch, TimespaceSci-fi, TimespaceSci-fiWatch, video, watch, watches, wrist watch, WristWatch
All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.