Diesel’s quintuple-faced watch

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If you’re a pan-continental jet setter, the quintuple-faced Diesel DZ9024 might be worth the $550, but its true audience is for the jokester who lives anywhere besides New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Paris and London who relishes the irony of wandering around with five different watches on his wrist, none of which actually tell the time where he is.

Diesel DZ9024 [Diesel via technabob]

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8 Responses to Diesel’s quintuple-faced watch

  1. Jake0748 says:

    Ur doing it wrong! All the dials are set for the same time.

  2. John Brownlee says:

    But then what’s the point?

  3. Halloween Jack says:

    Since douchebags won’t wear a bracelet that says “DOUCHEBAG” (usually), this is an adequate substitute.

  4. Kevin says:

    The man with one watch always knows what time it is, the man with two is never sure.

    The man with five watches ? He has more than a few unresolved issues.

  5. Bugs says:

    I tend to live in just one time zone for any given day, but I can see this being very useful.

    I’d set the dials like this:

    1: The actual time wherever I am (essential)
    2: The time in Brazil, where my project collaborator lives (useful)
    3: Solar time – 12:00 corresponds to noon (useless but interesting)
    4: The time my girlfriend’s watch thinks it is (potentially lifesaving)
    5: Stopped, to independantly verify how many times a day it’s right. (Because everyone loves SCIENCE!)

  6. midknyte says:

    There should be a prize for the person who is able to get this past a TSA checkpoint…

  7. scaught says:

    Diesel.

    Nice jeans, but they make the stupidest shirts and accessories EVAR.

  8. strider_mt2k says:

    What’s cool is that even with five dials they are always right twice a day, each and every one of ‘em.

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