WE ARE VERY PROUD TO INTRODUCE TO YOU THIS NEW FEATURE
Briefly and Simultaneously
Press Switch 2 and Switch 1.
Flickering Mode is ON
Repeat the same procedure to turn the Flickering Mode OFF
ALL SOLSUNO WATCHES WILL HAVE THE FLICKERING MODE. NOW YOU WON'T HAVE TO PRESS THE SWITCH TO SEE THE TIME. THE FLICKERING MODE WILL ALLOW YOU TO LEAVE YOUR WATCH ON ALL THE TIME 24/7 FOR AT LEAST 7 MONTHS. IF THE WATCH IS ON FOR 12 HOURS A DAY ONLY, THE BATTERY CAN LAST UP TO 14 MONTHS. IN NORMAL USE WHEN F/MODE IS OFF, THE BATTERY SHOULD LAST UP TO 34 MONTHS (LATEST DESIGN).
FOR MORE DETAILS OF HOW YOU SET THE FLICKERING MODE ON/OFF PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE INSTRUCTION GUIDE.
ENJOY READING TIME WITH YOUR
MORE TO SAY ABOUT SOLSUNO.....
BY SCOTT SMITH ....
"ONE OF OUR USA DISTRIBUTORS"
display using 138 colored LEDs
Some watches have LEDs in them, but very few have 138 of them.
Enter the Solsuno Watch, which incorporates LEDs to display Hours, Minutes and Seconds
as well as the Day of the Week, Day, Month, Year and more.
The Hours and Minutes are displayed with red LEDs and the Seconds in Green, Yellow and Red LEDs.
The watch also features 3 different Alarms, Hourly Chime (can be turned on/off), AM/PM indicator, Alarm activated
display and Auto Power OFF (to conserve battery).
The display operates consistently in Flickering Mode, which means it blinks briefly every second to conserve the battery.
If you press Switch 1 it will activate a constant display for 15 seconds and then return to the Flickering Mode.
Overall, this is a very unique watch with an unusual display.
SCOTT SMITH THINKGEEK, "USA"
BY Fr. Georges Marceau
SolSuno With its coloured lights circling the dial, the watch recalls and suggests light emitting Celestial bodies going around in our Solar System. The circles of moving lights in this watch connect us with the most fundamental realities that exist in Space and deep inside the structure of Matter. Time Concept 1) The first watch to tell time without Hands or Numbers. 2) The Solsuno Watch presents a definitely unique concept in the entire world. It has, however, a round dial, the circle being the symbol of infinity. 3) It imitates the SUN in using light to mark the Time of Day. 4) On this circle, the lights move discretely and quietly, round and round, like the SUN around the Earth, giving the feeling of the never ending cycle of Days, Weeks, Months and Years. It transforms TIME into Light and provides much more information (Second/Day/Date/Year) than the early light emitting diode watches of the seventies. It connects us with both extreme dimensions of the Universe: 5) The infinitely small dimension of the Electrons spinning around the Nuclei of Atoms, AND 6) The infinitely large dimension of the Stars gravitating around the Galaxies. 7) This watch will constitute a major event in the history of horology. It demonstrates a great deal of creativity and imagination. No other watch is like it or has ever been. Leather Strap Version: Because of the leather strap, the watch has a new housing with a few improvements: The leather strap housing has the advantage of allowing you to fit any extension watch band if you should feel like it. The watch comes in a beautiful, very elegant box. Instead of the two Switches on the same side, they are on either side, which makes it easier to press both Switches. Also it has a screwed-on back cover instead of a snap back cover like in the other model. But the instruction manual still displays the old back cover. The Flickering Mode is a brilliant idea, allowing you to view time without pressing the Switch and saving energy at the same time. "Congratulations for this feature! No LED watch ever had that". Another brilliant idea is the feature by which, every time you press the Switch, the seconds diodes run around the dial to reach the present second. This creates a beautiful light effect, as if bringing the watch suddenly back to life, as if time, like a running messenger, was trying to catch up with the present moment.
The instruction manual doesn't mention that the AM/PM light shows only when you set the Time, not when you read or tell the Time. The Switches are a bit hard but I suppose they will loosen with time. Fr. Georges Marceau, Quebec City, CANADA.
By Andrew Liszewski
In keeping with the trend of making watches ever more complicated to read at a glance the SolSuno uses 138 different colored LEDs
(green, red and yellow) to display the hours, minutes and seconds as well as the week, day, month and year.
Apparently the whole of the SolSuno is based upon the movement of the sun and earth which has of course been used to tell time since telling time was invented.
So technically the watch can also be used to the position of the sun if that’s an important feature to you.
Why that would be more important than say hands or digits on the display is beyond me, but at least the watch does look unique.
The SolSuno watches can be purchased directly from SolSuno and retail for about $280 for a stainless steel version to about $470 for a gold version.