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Click Watches bring circuitboards to your wrist

How many watches have you seen whose face used to be part of a circuit board? Well now you can at least say that you’ve seen two. The Click Watch has all the glory and honor of a 1980s circuit board. Its time is shown digitally, surrounded by an engraved faceplate with color options such as black, blue, green, and red.

The two aforementioned models are the DIP Switch and the Turn Switch, each named after the types of switches used on their face. Both are guaranteed to label you as a nerd for the rest of your life. If you want to go full on geek, you may choose the “ribbon” cloth band for your wrist instead of the metal wrist band as it better resembles the IDE cables in the computers of yore. The switches and turn switch actually do have function as they allow you to filter through the functions on the watch. If you really want to nerd it up, you’ll be looking at $150-$170.

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