One day, we were all standing on toilets here at ThinkGeek (hanging a whole bunch of clocks), and we all simultaneously fell off and hit our heads on sinks. It was a very strange day, to say the least, but it was also the day we thought of making this Back to the Future Flux Capacitor Wristwatch. But enough small talk, there’s work to be done. Using a Back to the Future Flux Capacitor Wristwatch, we’ve got to get you back… to the present!
Reading the time on the Back to the Future Flux Capacitor Wristwatch is pretty fun. Press the bottom button and then get ready to count lights. Time is divided into hours, minutes first digit, minutes second digit – so it looks confusing, but is very easy to read. (Example: 10 lights, 5 lights, 3 lights = 10:53 – and it repeats). At the same time, the time circuit LCD display will show you the date. But the Back to the Future Flux Capacitor Wristwatch just doesn’t tell the time – with a press of the middle button, you can also activate “Time Travel” mode, where the Flux Capacitor will flux and the time circuit will display a random date. Will you travel to said date if you run 88mph? Actually, we’re not sure. If you do, however, manage to do that, please send us a postcard.
- A watch modeled on Doc Brown’s Flux Capacitor
- Tells the time and date using Flux Capacitor lights (time) and time circuit LCD (date)
- Also features a “Time Travel” mode, which features light animation and random date display
- Officially-licensed Back to the Future watch
- Comes in a really keen BTTF presentation box
- A ThinkGeek creation & exclusive!
- Safety buckle with 2 pushers
- Band and case are made out of stainless steel (just like a DeLorean)
- Batteries: 1 x CR2032 (included)
- Not water-resistant
- Dimensions: Watch: approx. 1.4″ x 1.9″ x 0.7″
Strap width 0.9″
- Strap maximum length: approx. 9.4″ wrist (arrives at this length, shorten by knocking pins out to remove links)
Weight: approx. 5.8 oz