So yeah I was surfing around the web and I found this, I'm not sure If I can do this in this message board but I just wanted to share it with you guys.
Anyways here is the link: http://www.tokyoflash.com/blog/2011/03/conduit-led-watch-design-with-fly-by-lights/
Apparently it's a design challenge and the name of the watch is called... "Conduit 2.0", coincidence? Also you can vote for it and stuff, apparently if it get's high votes there is a big chance for it to get produced for us to be able to buy it in that website.
I don't know about you guys but I'm looking forward to buy this! It looks sick!!! --- Slyk90- "when you stop being 10-16 years old you'll appreciate things on a different level".
Looks like a ***** to read, and it's maddeningly unorganized, but it looks neat. Maybe I just want it to be a little more symmetric. --- Surely there's no problem with them putting me in Brawl, right? It's ****ing satire, damnit. My quote rocks your socks.
The watch is divided showing half of lines a total of six hours (red) and six minutes (yellow) at the top and the other half at the bottom. Red Lines are hours, so when you see let's say 5 red lines, it means it's 5 hours.
The yellow lines indicates a total of 5 minutes (the watch have a total of 11 yellow lines), so for each yellow line you see... let's say there are 7 yellow lines) it goes like 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35.
That means, if you see three yellow lines then that's 15 minutes.
Now for the single minutes in between such as 1, 2, 3, and 4. Those are the cyan blue cornered ones. So if you see 2 cyan blue that's 2 single minutes.
Might be a little hard in the beginning but that's the style of the watches in this website, each have it's way of reading and lot's of them do it with the same method of Conduit 2.0.
What I really like about this watches is that they don't look like a normal watch ;) It's a conversation peace and something new and unique.
I also had to order the Kisai Keisan, which is found at the top TAB of WATCHES. --- Slyk90- "when you stop being 10-16 years old you'll appreciate things on a different level".