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Tokyoflash Pimp LED Watches Are Back in Black

by Paul Strauss
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Japan’s high-tech watch importer TokyoFlash has been carrying watches from the Pimp line since about 2003. The original series of watches was made popular by its unconventional displays and retro modern design sensibility. Now Pimp is updating some of their original designs with a fresh new look.

Pimp P1 P2 P3 Watches

Rather that the shiny stainless cases of the first-gen Pimp watches, the three new models in the “Pusher” series all feature a gloss black metal body and a black leather band. First up, there’s the P1 Pusher which features an array of multi-colored dots to tell the time.

Pimp P1 Watch

Then, there’s the P2 Pusher which ticks off the hours and minutes using a grid of blue or white LED squares.

Pimp P2 Watch

Finally, there’s the P3 Pusher watch which uses a retro “computer” typeface to display the time using digits.

Pimp P3 Watch

All three watches water resistant to 3 atmospheres (about 99 feet) and are available for pre-order now for  ¥15,900 (appx. $135 USD).

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