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Tokyoflash Night Vision Watch: How Not to Stay Hidden at Night

by Range

Here’s another new concept watch from those guys over at TokyoFlash. They call it Night Vision and it actually looks pretty good, thanks to the bright green lights on the face of the watch.

tokyoflash japan watch timepiece night vision

This is coupled with a matte body and strap. Before you ask, telling the time with many of these unconventional Japanese watches is quite the task. While I like the look, it could gets tedious trying to figure out what the time is. That said, this is one of their easier watches to figure out.

tokyoflash japan watch timepiece night vision

The really cool thing is that if this concept receives enough votes, it will be made. My guess is that it will also be USB rechargeable, which is a recent trend with ToykyoFlash’s LED watches. So if you like it, head on over to TokyoFlash and vote for the Night Vision.

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Comments (1):

  1. RICARDO says:

    THAT…..!!!! WHERE CAN I GET ONE ….please ?

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