Past Present Future Watch Available On Yanko Store

Posted: Mar 15 2010, 5:25am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:59pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

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I am not the type of person who wears a watch. I use the clock on my iPhone and have for years now. There are lots of folks about the though who like to wear strange watches and Yanko Design has an interesting watch on its store today.

The watch looks like a concept with the key difference that you can buy the thing right now. It's called the Past Present Future Watch and the face is white with gray lettering for past on the left of the 12 locations, future to the right of the 12 location and present in red right in the middle.

The time rotates directly under the red line for present and reads in plain numbers as you can see in the picture. It's a cool watch because it's analog, but it sort of looks digital and it's easy to read, unlike the watches form Tokyo Flash and others. You can grab one up for $100 right now.

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