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What a great idea! I love it. Really too bad you have to push a button to turn it on though :( Pretty much a deal-killer. I'd like to see a version with a clean face too. Something elegant, not so RadioShack. Hopefully we'll see a version 01.1
The original LED digital watches of the mid-'70s would only show the time for only a few seconds after the button was pushed to save battery power. Now if the watch used a LCD display, time could be shown as long as the battery was good. That change would also clean up the watch face a bit.