Neewer Cool Fashion Binary Yellow & Red LED Date Digital Man Lady Leather Watch Black

June 7, 2013 - Comment

Cool Binary LED Digital Man Lady Leather Watch This is a quality digital watch with LED lights to display time. It is very attractive for its glowing in the dark. Be the envy of your friends and colleagues with this futuristically designed watch. Features: *LED digital lights yellow & red *Japanese movements *Length: ~ 24cm

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Cool Binary LED Digital Man Lady Leather Watch

This is a quality digital watch with LED lights to display time. It is very attractive for its glowing in the dark. Be the envy of your friends and colleagues with this futuristically designed watch.

Features:

*LED digital lights yellow & red

*Japanese movements

*Length: ~ 24cm

*Watch case: ~ 3.4 x 4cm

package contents: 1 x Cool Binary LED Digital Man Lady Leather Watch

Product Features

  • Cool Binary LED Digital Man Lady Leather Watch
  • LED digital lights yellow & red
  • Japanese movements
  • Length: ~ 24cm
  • Watch case: ~ 3.4 x 4cm

Comments

Ghost(Ghost(M)) says:

Nice gag. Well, I bet you already figured it’s not a regular watch for a regular person. It’s a nice geeky thingamajig for a computer programmer though: it displays time in binary (little-endian, intel) format — the horizontal byte at the bottom shows minutes, the vertical nybble at the top-left hours. Two multi-functional pins appear to work as follows: the top pin is used to set values (by enumerating them), the bottom pin switches modes (show/set mins/set hrs — this sort of thing). Nothing subtle about this watch: quite sizeable and weighty, and equipeed with a thick and sturdy leather watchband, it feels substantial. Nice toy, really.The only problem so far, it came w/o any instructions: just the watch in a plastic sleeve inside a bubble-wrap envelope (very quickly delivered, I must say). I did figure out how to set hours and minutes, but am/pm doesn’t seem to adhere to the same procedure and always shows am. Also, the description on this page claims this watch shows date: I…

Brad Caldwell says:

I love this watch! I wanted a “geeky” fun watch for myself and to gift two friends without spending a fortune, so I bought the “3x” version from Neewer (currently unavailable). Boy, does this thing deliver! The LED’s are bright and colorful, and I especially like the option to automatically “light ‘em up” on the fifteens. What a hoot!The recipients and I all have computer and math backgrounds, so this watch plays to our interests and we can readily read the display. At times I would prefer that the display stay lit a little longer, but I think my reading speed will improve with practice. Too long a display would shorten battery life, so I think it’s a good compromise.This watch seems to be very well made, given the price. Only time will tell how durable it is. Its weakest point is probably the strap. It is thick and stiff, and it fits my 7.75″ wrist on the last hole (but comfortably so.) I expect (hope?) it to become more flexible with wear.There were no instructions…

Isa says:

perfect gift I bought it for my boyfriend, and he loves it. It’s perfect for geeks, he is always bragging about it. I first I was doubtful ’cause it seemed to be of bad quality but it isn’t. OK, it’s not a Rolex but it’s all a geek needs!

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