Pocketwatches aren’t really as much in use as they once were, but still there are people who would like to own them, and there are people who buy Tokyoflash’s shiny watches, which have an issue with telling time straight. The Kisai Round pocketwatch is no different in terms of complex time telling, only, it is slightly saner.
When you touch the button, orange LEDs will show up towards the inner ring, arranged in the same way as a clock face, to tell you the time in hours. Blue LEDs will light up in groups of three to give you the approximate time in minutes, and green LEDs will show two single minutes at the bottom of the display. The timepiece costs $73 and is USB rechargeable, each 3.5 hour recharge lasting a month.