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Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision Watch: Surprisingly Easy to Read

by Range
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The Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision was submitted as a concept about a year ago and thanks to the user votes on the Tokyoflash website, it has become reality. It’s surprisingly easy to read once you figure out how to do so.

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The hexagonal shaped metal watch is littered with LEDs. A button press reveals the time.  The outer ring indicates the hours, while the minutes are displayed in the center using stylized digital numbers.

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The case is made from matte black stainless steel, and comes in blue, red, or green on black LED versions. It also has date and alarm functions, which is cool. As with many of the recent Tokyoflash LED watches, you’ll need to recharge it about once a month via USB.

There are about 300 charges per battery, and the battery can be replaced. Overall, the watch is pretty interesting. It’s currently selling for $129 for the launch at the Tokyoflash website, but will revert back to $149 in 2 days.

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