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 a brief second to get the hang of it, then it all makes perfect sense.
Like some of the more recent Tokyoflash watches, the 3D Unlimited uses an LCD, so it’s always on. There’s a cool EL backlight so you can read it in the dark. It has a colored, mirrored LCD display. It comes in 2 different types of straps, either black metal or polished silver, and 5 different LCD colors.
The Tokyoflash Kisai 3D Unlimited has a battery life of about 12 months, with an easily replaceable battery.
This is another watch that went from a concept back in March 2010 to reality in August 2011. It’s available from the Tokyoflash store. It’s currently on sale for $120(USD) until August 11, 2011 (12:30AM), but it will quickly revert to $145 after that.