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Tokyoflash Negative LCD/LED Watch is Positively Cool

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Hot off the presses comes the latest über-cool modern watch from the guys over at Tokyoflash. Their latest creation features a reverse LCD display which lets you view the time without the need for pressing any pesky buttons.

The Tokyoflash Negative watch gets its name from its “always-on” inverse LCD display which uses oversize black dot-matrix pixels to reveal the time, day or date.

The watch features a multi-color LED backlight, which lets you quickly flip between one of seven different colors. Heck, you can have a different color for each day of the week if you so choose. There’s also a “frenzy” mode which sends the display into a psychedelic colored light show with a press of a button.

As and added bonus, the display lets you choose from horizontal or vertical display orientations, and offers a built-in alarm.

The Negative is available in both polished silver and polished black stainless steel finishes (my personal fave), and retails for ¥16,900 (appx. $162 USD).

Ready to be the first on your block with this new bit of eye wrist candy? Head on over to Tokyoflash and place your order now.



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