In the never ending quest to develop watches with harder and harder to tell time comes the WebTime Series Elite. To tell the time on this monster you have to look at where the colored line intersect with the number markings. Which actually isn't that hard, except that there are numbers on both sides of the line. The thing costs Â¥14,800 which, according to my calculations, is about 100 bajillion US dollars.
More shots of the watch and how to tell its time after the jump.
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