No mat­ter how hard the Cuper­ti­no peo­ple try, there are still peo­ple who pre­fer ordi­nary watch­es. Most of them acquire sev­er­al types to suit all occa­sions.

To the point: Pow­er­ful mul­ti-tool Leather­man Tread Tem­po

The guys from CAJISO are sell­ing the most unusu­al ver­sion of wrist­watch­es — “PAPER WATCH”. The name speaks for itself, the acces­so­ry looks like strip of paperwrapped around the wrist.

They look fun­ny, but the brain imme­di­ate­ly draws pic­tures of how this watch is torn, wrin­kled or soaked in water, like any oth­er piece of paper.

As it turned out, the watch is made of a mate­r­i­al called Tyvek, it is not afraid of water, is resis­tant to tear­ing and is very sim­i­lar to paper. And not only in appear­ance, but also in touch.

Time and date are dis­played using LEDs locat­ed under the fab­ric. The num­bers just glow from the inside when you press the but­ton. There are no sen­sors here, an alarm clock and a stop­watch too.

The acces­so­ry is held with a sewn-in mag­net and weighs almost noth­ing. Bat­ter­ies will last for 2 years of use, after which the watch will have to be replaced. Well, or care­ful­ly rip and sew.

I don’t think any­one would wear this watch on a dai­ly basis. Still, they are incon­ve­nient to watch the time, espe­cial­ly in sun­ny weath­er. But for going to a bar or to a par­ty — that’s it.

Buy the ones with flamin­gos: $29.99