Train Line LCD Watch
The Train Line Watch is a unique and rare Japanese watch design inspired by the electric sign boards on train station platforms in Tokyo.
Tokyo is dominated by the world's most extensive urban rail network. It has more than 150 train lines and 2000 stations. Shinjuku station in central Tokyo is the world’s busiest used by an average of 3.64 million people per day.
Train Platform Electric Sign Board Time Display
The Japanese designer of the Train Line Watch worked closely with Tokyo railway company Odakyu to perfect the detail of the watch display.
The high quality LCD panel is a reproduction of the electric sign boards on the train platform at three stations: Shinjuku station, Fujisawa station and Machida station.
How To Read The Time & Date
The LCD panel is always on, but will light up with bright colored backlighting when you press the button. The time is displayed with digital numbers in the top right of the screen. Press the button twice and the date will be displayed in the same way. For a full translation of the watch screen take a look at the diagrams below.
Shinjuku Station Watch
Fujisawa Station Watch
Machida Station Watch
Unique Japanese Watch Design
The Train Line Watch has a unique case design and is finished with a comfortable and fully adjustable black silicone strap. An unusual yet cool Japanese watch design for rail enthusiasts, trainspotters, and anyone with a love or fascination for Tokyo’s subways and railways.
|Modes||time and date
liquid crystal (LCD) with colored backlight
stainless steel case
||stainless steel press-on case back
|Strap||adjustable silicone strap
|Strap Closure||stainless steel buckle
|Minimum Wrist Size||155mm (approx.)|
|Maximum Wrist Size
||210 mm (approx.)
||27 mm x 57 mm x 9 mm
||1 x CR2032 and 1 x CR2016 standard replaceable watch battery
||One year warranty
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|