Back to the Future Flux Capacitor Wristwatch

We’re sorry to disappoint, but time travel is an impossibility, at least for now, and even if it was possible, I guess we will never know. Still, that doesn’t make time traveling any less attractive and that’s precisely what fueled the popularity of sci-fi flicks like Back to the Future. Forget about how you could hurt the space-time continuum, you know you will want to zip forward to check out the next Mega Millions winning numbers, but as said, you can’t, so for now, all you can do is pretend that you can actually travel through time with the Back to the Future Flux Capacitor Wristwatch. However, be warned, telling time with this Delorean time machine’s core component is a bit of a science, as you can see, it only has an animated flux capacitor for watch face and a row of digit display for dates in a font that looks all so familiar.

To tell time, you will need to hit the bottom of three buttons and be ready to count the lights off the Flux Capacitor. Seriously, we don’t quite expect this to be your main timepiece, but it could a potential ice breaker and conversational piece, or simply as a show that you’re a huge BTTF fan. Obviously, don’t expect it to take you anywhere, much less travel to another time (perhaps, work in progress?). The furthest it will take you, is to offer you the mesmerizing fluxing Flux Capacitor and a random date when you activate the middle button (known as the “Time Travel” mode). Made of stainless steel in a finish that kind of resembles the Delorean’s, the Back to the Future Flux Capacitor Wristwatch is available through ThinkGeek for $49.99.

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Back to the Future Flux Capacitor Wristwatch