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Tokyoflash Instant Trend Watch Sends Tweets to Your Wrist

by Paul Strauss
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The guys over at watchmaker Tokyoflash never cease to amaze me with their creative digital watch designs. Their latest concept is the Instant Trend, a timepiece that not only looks cool, but can display text notifications from your mobile phone.

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Assuming the watch ever gets made, the Instant Trend would receive instant Twitter and Facebook notifications when paired with your smartphone via Bluetooth.

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Messages and time would be displayed on a bright (presumably OLED) blue-on-black dot-matrix display, set into a modern black stainless steel body.

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Reading time on the Instant Trend doesn’t have to be as challenging as most Tokyoflash watch displays either. Sure, you can use one mode which tells time using blocks which represent hours, 10 minute intervals, and single minutes. Alternatively, you can view the time with numbers, on a clever multiple time zone display.

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As is the case with all of the watches up at the Tokyoflash product design studio, you’ve got to go and cast your vote if you want to see this watch produced. I definitely think this one deserves your support.

[via The Awesomer]




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