|The Flux Capacitor Watch by ThinkGeek|
|Makes time travel possible|
|This is heavy|
|Flux capacitor, fluxing|
To read the time, press the middle button. The lights will blink three times. For example: at 9:41, the lights will blink 9, 4, 1. It takes a little while to get used to, but it is quite simple.
Does it flux? Well of course it does. The main reason to get this is to see the chasing lights. Just press the bottom button and flux away. The time circuits will show a random date...you just traveled to this date.
|Time circuits, on|
|I have girly wrists|
The bezel and band are stainless steel. Awesome, this matches my car.
|I have a cool scar and cool car|
- Band width - 24 mm (measured at middle of watch band, not bit rate of data)
- Case width - 35 mm
- Case length - 44 mm
- Case height - 17 mm
- Weight - 164 g (weight as is, without removal of links for sizing)
Is it worth it? If you read this far (by the way, thanks for reading), then you are obviously interested in Back to the Future and/or watches. So, yes! For $50, you cannot go wrong. The cool factor alone is worth $34.50, be a man. Any Back to the Future fan will enjoy this. Plus, if you are driving your DeLorean and someone...everyone one...asks you "where is the flux capacitor?", you can show them your watch. Heck, you can even do the poster pose.
For another cool Flux Capacitor item from ThinkGeek, check out their USB Car Charger. I may or may not do a review on this. But, it is really cool.