Tokyo may be half a world away from our editorial offices, but Tokyoflash's watches look as though they originated in a distant galaxy. The Shinshoku ($135, tokyonash.com), for example, would fit right in on the wrist of a Mos Eisley cantina patron. So how does it work? Colored LEDs in the stainless-steel bracelet represent hours (red), 15-minute chunks (green) and single minutes (yellow). This one reads 12:54. It may take a moment to get used to, but you'll never be late for another warp jump again.