Presenting the world’s first morse code wristwatch, quite impractical but amusing none the less. The watch has a built-in speaker that refracts the sound off your wrist and sounds out the time in morse code. There’s actually 3 modes, the one already mentioned and also displaying the time in morse code via LED’s, than lastly it can display regular digits too, by pressing a button. It is available now from TokyoFlash at the price of $113 USD (Â¥ 12900).

Presenting the world’s first morse code wristwatch, quite impractical but amusing none the less. The watch has a built-in speaker that refracts the sound off your wrist and sounds out the time in morse code. There’s actually 3 modes, the one already mentioned and also displaying the time in morse code via LED’s, than lastly it can display regular digits too, by pressing a button. It is available now from TokyoFlash at the price of $113 USD (Â¥ 12900).