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Flux capacitor watch turns your wrist into a DeLorean

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This would look great with a hoverboard.

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When

, a Marty McFly hat and real-life hoverboards aren’t enough for you, then you need a slap a Flux Capacitor Wristwatch on your arm. The $49.99 (about £32, AU$58) watch is a miniature version of the flux capacitor from Doc Brown’s time-traveling DeLorean.

There’s a slight learning curve involved with reading time on the flux capacitor watch. You have to count blinking lights. Press the bottom-most button and luxury replicas keep track. The first set of blinks is the hour, the next set is the first minute and the third set is the second minute. So, if you count twelve lights, four lights and then six lights, the time is 12:46. It will repeat if you didn’t catch it the first time around.

Figuring out the current date is a little simpler with a digital readout along the bottom. This will come in handy if you really have figured out how to time travel, but get easily confused about the current date you’ve landed in.

The middle button is where the fun really starts. Press it and the watch will go into full-on time-travel mode and the digital date readout will change to a random date, past or future. The band and case are made from stainless steel (just like a DeLorean, ThinkGeek points out) and the whole device is a pleasingly chunky 5.8 ounces, enough to make it noticeable so you can show it off to friends and strangers alike.

The flux capacitor watch will give you endless excuses for being late. Did you show up 15 minutes after the meeting started? No problem. Just tap your watch and mutter something about your Mr. Fusion being on the fritz. This will go over better if you have crazy frizzy hair and wear a white lab coat. It will also go over better if you actually own a DeLorean.

Come to think of it, maybe you should just try to be on time.

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Let’s take this baby up to 88 mph.

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We visited Disney’s Star Wars land and this is what we saw

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You can live inside your own Star Wars story starting this Friday at Disneyland when the new Galaxy’s Edge park opens to the public. But CNET’s Vanessa Hand Orellana got a sneak piece this week during Media Day. Her TL;DR review: Galaxy’s Edge will make every fan’s dream come true. We’ve added in some of her impressions below, but be sure to check out her full Star Wars land review for more in-depth opinions.

Through June 23, a Disneyland park ticket alone won’t get you in — guests will need to make a reservation to access the Star Wars section of the park. Unfortunately, luxury replicas direct reservations are now sold out, but guests staying at one of the three Disneyland Resort hotels during June can still potentially get a reservation to access Galaxy’s Edge. But starting June 24, there’s no reservation needed, just a regular park ticket.

Stretching across 14 acres, this expansion to the current parks in Florida (opening at the end of August) and California will include a cantina serving alcoholic drinks, multiple shops and food stops, and two rides. 

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Whether you have your reservations or not, at 8.30 p.m. PT tonight you can watch the live dedication ceremony right here from Disney Parks ahead of Friday’s public opening.

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