- Main Function: Japanese-inspired red LED digital watch
- Screen: Top and bottom row LED lights for time and date display
- Color: Sakura meets Lotus with a tinge of Violet
- Material: Sapphic shuriken steel folded 1000x over
- Length: ~ 180 mm
- Clasp: Exclusive fold over lock design
- Function Buttons (right-side):
- Top (hour and date display + select)
- Button (change mode)
- Settings: Time, Date, Year
- Power: CR2016 (x1) pre-installed
- Manufacturer Ref: FUJIWAR2125X1S
- Similar LED watches sell on the Internet for over 20x the Chinavasion price, simply google "Japanese LED Watch" to see for yourself.
- Press the top button to display the time on demand.
- This watch is not waterproof
Package Contents for CVIZ-LT42
- Red LED Watch
- User Manual - English
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I change the time and date on this watch?
Press the lower button on the right side of the watch. This will cause the current setting to blink. Continue pressing the lower button until you arrive at the setting you want to change. Next, press the top button to change the information.
- What type of batteries does this watch use?
This Japanese LED watch uses a single CR2016 watch battery. Other names this type of battery goes by are button cell, silver button cell, or coin cell batteries.
- How long will the batteries last?
The batteries should last longer than with a normal watch since time and date information is only displayed when you want.
- Is this a Tokyo Flash watch?
No, it is better because it costs almost 1/15th the price of a Tokyo Flash watch and is also backed by Chinavasion's famous 12 month warranty.
- You mentioned that this watch is perfect for people who love listening to the Beatle's Eleanor Rigby, who feel sad about Naoko's demise in the film Norwegian Wood, and who insist on wearing argyle socks with running shoes. What if I don't belong to one of these groups?
This watch is also perfect for mommy bloggers, etsy makers, regretsy remakers, and anyone who feels that Kang Hye-jeong's performance as Mi-Do in Park Chan-Wook's Old Boy was nothing short of brilliant, albeit extremely creepy.
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 29 June, 2011.