This Tesla Cybertruck-Inspired Watch Both Trolls and Honors Elon Musk's Pickup

The watch's display is "non-bulletproof."
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Though the Tesla Cybertruck won't arrive until 2021, Anicorn is already working on a futuristic watch inspired by the electric pickup's style, much like other crossover timepieces that salute the Nissan GT-R, Ferrari and Aston Martin.

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The Hong Kong-based company is currently crowdfunding its Cybertime concept inspired by Tesla CEO Elon Musk's latest EV "and its memes." For example, a limited edition "non-bulletproof" version, of which only 50 will be produced, features a face with two areas of starred shattered glass in reference to the failed demonstration of bulletproof windows that unfolded at the Cybertruck's official unveiling

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The watch's stainless steel case also has the same polygonal shape and metal-finished look of the futuristic pickup. The display is activated by the tap of a finger, revealing time and date presented vertically from top to bottom. Other features include a battery with a one-year life, 3ATM water resistance, and a 20mm-wide black stainless steel bracelet. 

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The Cybertime is only inspired by the Cybertruck, much like the bunker-esque "Cyberhouse" conjured by architects at Russia's Modern House. These concepts join Tesla-approved Cybertruck add-ons like these trailer and camping setups, as well as the  "Cyberquad" electric ATV that's been confirmed by Musk himself. 

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You can help bring the Anicorn Cybertime to fruition by making a $250 preorder/pledge here. If the watchmaker hits its $12,500 goal, the first examples will arrive in late 2020 with a $280 price tag.