Break out the Zepplin and the bong because this baby has a black light. The Ultra-Violet glows under a black light LED and uses an infinite mirror to make things trippy as all get out. Dubious quality, but high cool.
Infinity Optics watch [TokyoFlash]

ByJohn Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

9 thoughts on “Infinity Optics Ultra-Violet Watch”
  1. has the watch for a price WAY cheaper than the TokyoFlash website. It’s item number H98920 on QVC’s site.

  2. i got one of these things, and its quite god, and extraordinarily (srry if i misspelled that) trippy…

  3. Check out the hot new items to hit the shelves this Christmas that I’ve found to be great gifts for my kids or even a friend. Photokinz is a plush animal that has a digital photo frame in its belly, and i-Sing is a portable handheld Mp3 karaoke player and I just know my 11 and 9 yr old daughters are going to love them. If anyone wants to find any information on these new items you can go to! It’s a Great Buy!

  4. This is a great watch. I got one for christmas, however the time set stem fell out and was lost.

    I contacted the company to see about a replacement part, and the woman who answered was less than helpful. She was rude about my request.

    So I’m going to have to take it to a jeweler to get the part replaced. Sadly it will take approximately 6-8 weeks before I can get it back.

    Bottom line, the watch is great. Customer service sucks!

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