Cool Japanese LED Watch (My 1000th Digg)

As I’ve mentioned a few times before I’m really into Digg.com and today it finally happened… my 1000th digg.

I registered on the site on September 25, 2005, which means I’ve been roughly averaging 7 diggs (stories) per day… which is pretty decent if I may say so myself. Now if only I could remember everything I’ve read :-(

The story?

This wristwatch called High Frequency made by Equalizer:

Strutting your stuff with this baby strapped to your wrist is sure to turn heads, maybe even enough to compete with the bright lights of Tokyo.

The display pushes up the top row of lights and they float back down in a real equalizer effect, finally all the lights fall down off the face of the watch to leave only two lights to indicate the time for 5 seconds, then the two lights also trail off.

Apparently it was re-engineered 9 times until it was perfect.

All I know is that I want one. I want it bad.

It can be bought here for around $150.

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