God bless Tokyoflash. They keep coming up with frankly bonkers watches that, even if you can’t actually tell the time on them, are still insanely desirable gadgets. Such is the case with the new Radio Active.
I’ve been a bit harsh there: this one’s got some numbers on it at least, which makes timekeeping a bit easier. You have to check the Danger indicator, warning light, and the lights in the Radio Active symbol though, so it’s still reassuringly oldgit-proof.
It’s got a stainless steel strap and case, comes with English and Japanese instructions (and imagine the fun learning how to use it if you just had the latter), and will cost ¥11,900 (about £50). Here’s hoping this one doesn’t bomb when it goes on sale. Ho ho.
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By Stuart Dredge | November 5th, 2007