Tokyoflash Kisai Adjust: Squint to See the Time
January 22nd, 2013
Spending lots of time to tell the time seems a bit counterintuitive, and while Tokyoflash watches aren’t always easy to read, this new one is definitely worth a look, despite its complicated looking display.
The Tokyoflash Kisai Adjust has a matrix of multicolor LED triangles on its display. While it may initially look complex, the display becomes legible after a second or so. I think that if you are far-sighted, you can just take off your glasses and see the time very clearly. Still can’t make it out? Just squint, and you’ll be able to tell time with ease.
See? The display even works in both landscape or portrait modes. The triangles also can dance around in mesmerizing animation modes, and can be tailored into one of six different colors with the simple click of a button. You’ll only have to choose the black or silver bracelet. The watch is USB-rechargeable, and each charge will last you about a month.
It’s been a while since the Japanese studio produced a pure LED watch, and this design was submitted by a fan. It’s the 9th fan-submitted design to be turned into a real watch.
Through 1/23/2013, you can get the Kisai Adjust for an introductory price of $149(USD) over on Tokyoflash. After that, it will sell for the regular retail price of $179.