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Kisai Light Speed: From TRON to Your Wrist in No Time

by Range

As you might have guessed, this new Tokyoflash watch isn’t easy to read (what else is new?) but it does looks pretty spiffy. The white version definitely makes me think of TRON: Legacy. There’s also some good news! It’s pretty affordable, compared to some of the other watches that they’ve created.

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It’s called the Kisai Light Speed and it features lunar orange and blue LEDs and is available in either black or white. Like most LED watches, you need to push a button to see the time. It flashes for a few seconds, then it switches off. Like all new Tokyoflash watches, you can charge the battery via USB. It needs to be charged up every month or so for 3.5 hours, and each battery should last 300 charges. That’s 25 years, if I’m doing my math right!

The video below explains how to read time on this thing.

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The new Kisai Light Speed is available over at Tokyoflash for $82 (USD).




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