We might be used to reading the time from an analogue clock face or a digital display, but these aren’t the only ways in which time can be represented. Tokyoflash has decided to do away with the traditional methods of timekeeping, and has chosen a graphical system for its new EleeNo G watch. Instead of using numbers, the EleeNo G uses blocks of colour to show the hours and minutes. The top row represents hours (each of the three blocks is subdivided into four squares), and the next five squares represent 10-minute blocks. The bottom right square is then broken up into 10 one-minute units. It might take a bit of getting used to, but before long you’ll be confidently declaring it’s “two blocks past seven squares” and thoroughly confusing anyone who hears you.
Tokyoflash EleeNo G watch