Seahope Ants Watch Could Be The World’s Most Confusing Timepiece

Seahope Ants Watch (Images courtesy the Japan Trend Shop)
By Andrew Liszewski

Tokyo Flash is usually the world leader when it comes to producing confusing watches that make telling the time at a glance nearly impossible, but I think Seahope may have just snatched the title with this Ants watch. The display is basically covered with a seemingly random pattern of ants that light up in red, green or orange depending on the current time. I’ve also included a shot of the ‘how-to-read’ guide, and as you can see, deciphering the time requires some basic counting and math skills. So the watch is probably better suited to a college-educated professional entomologist than a little kid who happens to like bugs.

Other features include a stainless steel case and band, a mineral glass face and the watch is waterproof to 3ATM, though it’s recommended you don’t submerge it. $207 from the Japan Trend Shop.

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