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Tokyoflash Hexagon Art Watch Concept: It’S Hip to be Hexagonal

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We can always count on the guys over at TokyoFlash to come up with new and different ways to tell the time. With their modern approach to product design, they’re now asking shoppers to weigh in on prospective designs before they go ahead and create the real watches. In trolling through the aisles of ToykoFlash’s new product design blog, I came across this one design that really caught my eye.


The Hexagon Art watch features a unique hexagonal display, and would tell time using a series of colorful LED lenses which dot the face of the watch. The watch offers a cool black stainless steel band which mirrors the dotted appearance of the watch face – a really nice design touch for sure.


Time would be shown on the face in the following manner: hours would illuminate in blue, five minute increments in purple, and single minutes would be pink. Without looking at the cheat-sheet below, see if you can figure out what time the watches above are telling you.


While there’s no word on whether or not the Hexagon Art watch will or won’t make the cut to be manufactured, I think it’s definitely one of the best designs out of the bunch (so far). If you want to vote for the Hexagon Art – or any of the other new concept designs, check out the full collection over at the TokyoFlash Design Studio blog.