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Tag: Tokyoflash

FOUR: In the Future, Tokyoflash LED Watches Will Still Be Confusing

FOUR: In the Future, Tokyoflash LED Watches Will Still Be Confusing
The Tokyoflash Kisai On Air watch design was probably a fluke in the sense that it didn’t make reading the time off the face of the watch extremely hard. Now continuing the trend of complicated watch…
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EOBOT Watch: Tokyoflash Does the Robot

EOBOT Watch: Tokyoflash Does the Robot
This watch design makes my inner nerd happy. The EOBOT watch was designed by classic sci-fi fan, Lloyd from Australia and sports a retro-looking robot with LEDs. It was inspired by retro sci-fi and recently turned…
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CODEX LED Watch Is About as Cryptic as They Come… or Is It?

CODEX LED Watch Is About as Cryptic as They Come… or Is It?
If you’re looking for a watch that looks cool, and is almost impossible for anyone but you to figure out, you might want to check out the CODEX watch concept, which tells time using a unique…
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Tokyoflash Kisai On Air Watch is Surprisingly Easy to Read

Tokyoflash Kisai On Air Watch is Surprisingly Easy to Read
Tokyoflash is notorious for releasing wristwatches with complicated designs, so I was a bit surprised to see them release the minimalistic On Air wristwatch. It barely has any tricks up its sleeve, merely combining the hour…
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Domino FX Watch Concept Will Knock You Over With its Tricky Display

Domino FX Watch Concept Will Knock You Over With its Tricky Display
The first thing I look for when it comes to watches is ease of reading the time off of it. I mean, what’s the point of having some really fancy wristwatch when you won’t be able…
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Tokyoflash Kisai Rogue Touch Pocket Watch: For All You Dapper Gents and Dames

Tokyoflash Kisai Rogue Touch Pocket Watch: For All You Dapper Gents and Dames
This watch is perfect for the gentlemen, who can’t abide using anything but a proper pocket watch. The Tokyoflash Kisai Rogue Touch Pocket Watch will probably take a bit more time to read than an analog…
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Snake Watch Gives Your Wrist a Case of Tapeworm

Snake Watch Gives Your Wrist a Case of Tapeworm
You’ve got to love some of the wacky watch concepts over on the Tokyoflash Design Blog. I’m particularly amused by the latest design from our old pal Peter Fletcher, which gets its inspiration from that mobile…
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Retro Flip Watch Puts the 1970s on Your Wrist

Retro Flip Watch Puts the 1970s on Your Wrist
If you grew up in the 1970s, you probably remember one of the most popular types of bedside alarm clocks had those little mechanical numbers which flipped over when the minutes changed.…
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Turbine LED Watch Won’t Fly Off Your Wrist

Turbine LED Watch Won’t Fly Off Your Wrist
I’ve always been a fan of stuff that uses the persistence-of-vision illusion to create images which aren’t actually there, but appear thanks to the trick that our eyes and brains play on us when trying to…
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Tokyoflash Kisai Seven: For All You TRON Fanatics

Tokyoflash Kisai Seven: For All You TRON Fanatics
Tokyoflash’s watches are well-known from having somewhat obtuse ways of displaying the time. The newly launched Kisai Seven incorporates two pulsating LED rings to show the time. Initially, the display looks confusing, but once you take…
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Dot-to-Dot Watch Concept: Time to Connect the Dots

Dot-to-Dot Watch Concept: Time to Connect the Dots
You can always count on the TokyoFlash design blog to surface some unique and intriguing new digital watch concepts, and this is one of the cooler designs to turn up on the site lately.…
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Tokyoflash Kisai Rogue Touch Tells Time in Two Time-Zones for Double the Confusion

Tokyoflash Kisai Rogue Touch Tells Time in Two Time-Zones for Double the Confusion
The Kisai Rogue Touch watch is the latest TokyoFlash watch. It was previously featured on their blog as a concept last November, and now it’s become reality.…
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Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision Watch: Surprisingly Easy to Read

Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision Watch: Surprisingly Easy to Read
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…
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Plasma Ball Watch Concept Won’t Electrocute You, We Swear

Plasma Ball Watch Concept Won’t Electrocute You, We Swear
Remember those plasma ball things you used to play with when killing time at The Sharper Image back in the 1990s? You know, the ones that shot bolts of electricity towards your fingertips when you touched…
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Tokyoflash Kisai 3D Unlimited Watch: A Unique Perspective on Time

Tokyoflash Kisai 3D Unlimited Watch: A Unique Perspective on Time
Unlike most of Tokyoflash’s watches, the new Kisai 3D Unlimited is actually pretty easy to read. The numbers are displayed anti-clockwise in a sort of isometric 3D perspective, with the hours at the top. It takes…
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Tokyoflash Right Angle Concept Watch Goes from Cryptic to Legible with a Flick of the Wrist

Tokyoflash Right Angle Concept Watch Goes from Cryptic to Legible with a Flick of the Wrist
I’ve been a fan of Japanese watches for years, but there’s one problem with a lot of the ones offered by Tokyoflash: most of them aren’t easy to read, which makes them counter-intuitive in my opinion.…
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