Takara Tomy Arts has revealed a new range of wristwatches featuring the iconic SONY PS1 and SEGA Saturn consoles.

The series, which will be available in Gashapon machines throughout Japan, contains two Sony PlayStation 1 (PS and PSOne) and two SEGA Saturn (Model 1 and Model 2) designs. Each watch comes with a matching strap inscribed with Sony PlayStation and SEGA Saturn logos.

Opening the disk hatch on both models reveals the digital time. The PS model also features one of two classic game discs (Everybody’s Golf, Arc the Lad, Virtua Fighter 2, Sakura Wars 2).

Each watch is priced at ¥500 ($4.60) and also comes in blue, red, yellow, white and black colour options. The PlayStation 1 was SONY’s first model in the PlayStation family. Released in Japan on 3 December 1994, it reached North America and Europe the following year.

It sold over 100 million units worldwide, making it the first console to do so. On 21 May 1998, SONY released the PlayStation One (PSOne), a slimmer version of the original console with LED lighting.

The machine was redesigned twice more during its lifespan – in 2000 and 2003. Meanwhile, Sega’s Saturn console was the successor to the Mega Drive. It was released in Japan on 22 November 1994, North America and Europe on 11 May 1995 and Australia a week later.

The machine failed to capture gamers’ imaginations and was outperformed by the PlayStation – selling fewer than 9 million units worldwide before its discontinuation in 1998.

Takara Tomy Arts has previously created a range of wristwatches featuring Nintendo’s Game Boy and Game Boy Color.

The Japanese toy company is also responsible for the creation of a range of capsule machines, including Hello Kitty, My Melody and Rilakkuma models.The SEGA Saturn is a 32-bit home video game console released by SEGA in May 1995 in Japan, July 1995 in North America, and October 1995 in Europe.