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Japanese Style LED Watch "Singularity" - Multicolor
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Japanese Style LED Watch with Multicolor is a great way to have functionality and a appearance combined into one wrist wearing accessory.

Manufacturer Specifications
GeneralScreen: Vertical and Horizontal LED Lights (Display in Binary Code)LED Colors: Red and YellowMaterial: Textured LeatherClasp: Standard Buckle TypeFunction Buttons: Top (Hour and Date Display + Select), Button (Change Mode)Settings: Time, Date, Display FrequencyPower Source: 2x CR2032 (Pre-Installed)
DimensionsMain product dimensions: 34x52x8mm (L x W x D)Strap Length: 190mm (8 Holes for Wrist Adjustment)Weight/dimension is for the main item of this boxed product, to help you compare product sizes before buying: please do not base your shipping calculations on this price – shipping prices depend on your cart contents, shipping destination, and shipping method: please use the checkout to select options and preview shipping price for your total order.
Product NotesReading Binary Code: Binary numerals are read from right to left. Starting from the most right position and moving leftward, each binary place value corresponds to the decimal number, namely 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 and so on. There are only two binary numerals: 0 and 1. Binary 0 means you don't add the decimal place value. Binary 1 means you do add the decimal place value to your running count. As such if you wanted to represent the decimal number 10 in binary, you would write 1010 (There is a binary digit of 1 in the '2' and '8' decimal number positions. Therefore, the sum of '2' and '8' is '10'). If this is difficult to understand, Wikipedia is also a good resource for understanding binary numbers.Press the top button to display the time

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