Reactor Watch stays lit for seven years

Sure, glowing watches might not be the latest technological advancement, but I'll bet you're pretty psyched they're around. After all, if you want to know what time it is, it doesn't matter how dark it is, you just want to know. Well, there's a new watch out there that'll show you the time in the dark without needing a battery or needing to have you push a button. Yeah, that's right, get ready to have your mind blown.

The Reactor Trident has phosphorescent paint on the dial and hands that shine in the dark for hours after exposure to light. That's not enough for you? Well, it also has tritium-filled tubes that will keep the watch legible in the dark for at least seven years. Seven years! I'd like to see your crappy Casio do that.

Reactor Watch, via PopSci