I'll have another look, I must have missed that, the one I saw was £23!If it’s the one I think it is*, it’s pretty cheap, well under a tenner, so I’d say go for it for a bit of fun.
If someone asks you for the time, just show them your wrist and enjoy their reaction!
*I went and looked it up on Amazon.
It has a 'Wk' setting, so I guess they are for weeks. Assuming that you also include all green lights off as 'week 1' then that gives you 13 green setting multiplied by the four will give you 'working weeks'. (Who knows what the watch does on day 365 or the extra day for a leap year which is in week 53 officially. Probably all the red numbers switch off?)
The green numbers are hours, the blue numbers are for every five minutes, ie the numbers on a watch, and the red numbers 1 - 4 are for the minutes in between.
With the pilot, there were actually 12 episodes.This made my think of the Gemini Man watch - not the recent Will Smith film, but a Ben Murphy 1976 series cancelled after only 5 episodes - which counted down the invisibility time remaining.
It was one of the episodes of Rhoda starring Valerie HarperReminds me of a sitcom I saw in the Seventies. The character had a huge wall clock that had multicolored geometric figures on it. She explained at length how the figures said (say) 9:12. Then the figures totally changed and she said “See, now it’s 9:13.”
Later in the show a visitor looks at the clock, says “Look at the time, gotta run!” and leaves.