Introducing The Influx Ice, a Japanese inspired LED watch born of a resultant fissured tesseract from the expansionary collision of the Cthulhu universe and... Buffyverse. The Influx Ice imbues its wearer with the ability to wield pure will and reshape reality by expostulating Time and Space as philosophical constructs governed by a solipsistic modality.
You mean this watch really tells the time? Yes. Even though The Influx Ice embodies Fatal Fury style and Mortal Kombat design with its blue Silmaril pulses encased in polished Mithril like a blue-capped and tunic wearing Link wandering around Dante's Inferno, this Japanese LED watch does in fact tell the time and does so really efficiently too!
Tap the top button on the right side of this precious timepiece and watch the screen light up like fans at a Snoop Dogg concert. The vertical slats represent hours while the horitzontal slats represent 5 minute intervals. The column of lights on the right mark off 1 minute increments. (Yes, we purposely made it so that only intelligent people would be able to decipher Time on the Influx. For all others, grab a pen. Draw a watch on your wrist and let it be forever HAMMERTIME!)
In fact, when you start wearing this watch you may find yourself with truly awe-inspiring powers like being able to express Pi as a rational number. It's 5 in case you're wondering... Pi's infinite final digit that is. The Cryogen's skillset will also empower you to dance in the rain instead of waiting for storms to pass and write the entire works of Shakespeare in 14 point Helvetica on a tiny grain of rice. But lest you undo yourself through hubris as Macbeth did do, there is a limit to what you can do with this amazing timepiece. As such, you will not be able to microwave a burrito so hot that you can't eat it.
C-walk empress Anika and Korean super rapper MC Sniper are said to be Influx owners, as are rising Swedish sensation Lykke Li, cooking genius Jamie Oliver, and Ukelele impressario Jake Shimabukuro. In reality this watch is perfect for people who have spent their entire lives looking for a special wine called Genra, who started off not liking Leonardo DiCaprio but was won over by his sterling performance in Blood Diamond. Which begs the question...if the plot of Inception was driven by Cobb's need to return to America to see his kids, why didn't he just have Michael Caine fly the kids out to see him???? Anyhoo...if you know all the lyrics to "Easy Lover" by Phil Bailey and Phil Collins then the Influx Ice watch is for YOU.
At a Glance...
- Cylon Blue LED's
- Time and Date function
- Light intensity setting
- Auto display setting
- Geek factor +10
- Normally sells for around USD200!
- Main Function: Japanese LED digital watch
- Screen: Vertical and horizontal slat LED lights for time and date display
- Color: Heraldic silver but not heraldic in the medieval sense, more like the Silver Surfer was the herald of Galactus and this silver is the same silver as Surf's skin tone. ;)
- Material: Mithril
- Length: ~ 170 mm, with 17 links
- Clasp: Exclusive fold over lock design
- Function Buttons (right-side):
- Top (hour and date display + select)
- Button (change mode)
- Settings: Time, Date, AM/PM, Luminosity, and Autodisplay
- Power: CR2016 (x1) pre-installed
- Similar LED watches sell on the Internet for over 20x our price
- Press the top button to display the time on demand
- This watch is not waterproof
- This watch has self display which means you can program it to display the time every 10, 20, 30, 40, or 50 minutes
- The Influx comes with 7 levels of LED brightness
- Blue LED Watch
- User Manual - English
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I change the time and date on this watch?
Insert a pen tip into the recessed lower button on the right side of the watch. This will cause the current setting to blink. Continue pressing the lower button until you arrive at the setting you want to change. Next, press the top button to change the information.
- What type of batteries does this watch use?
This Japanese LED watch uses a single CR2016 watch battery. Other names this type of battery goes by are button cell, silver button cell, or coin cell batteries.
- How long will the batteries last?
The batteries should last longer than with a normal watch since time and date information is only displayed when you want.
- Is this a Tokyo Flash watch?
No, it is better because it costs almost 1/20th the price of a Tokyo Flash watch and is also backed by our famous 12 month warranty.