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Tokyoflash Kisai Logo Watch: It’s Binary Time

 |  |  |  |  September 27, 2012


Well I have to say that the blue version of Tokyoflash’s new Kisai Logo watch looks pretty fetching. I think that the best part is the binary time display, which looks really cool yet cryptic.

tokyoflash japan kisai logo watch lcd always on timepiece

As a bonus, the Tokyoflash Kisai Logo watch is very easy to read in its normal mode. A block indicates the hour and there are some funky numbers in the middle that represent the minutes. It’s pretty straightforward. You can toggle on the binary time display and then, watch out, because it will take anyone time to figure out how it works.

kisai_logo_binary

The watch features an always-on LCD that you don’t have to activate with a button, which is a very nice feature since it can get annoying with these kinds of watches. It uses a standard battery, so no USB recharging for this watch.

The body is stainless steel and it has an acetate strap. The Kisai Logo is available in black, white or blue, with a matching strap and display – and retails for $139 (USD).

tokyoflash japan kisai logo watch lcd always on timepiece

tokyoflash japan kisai logo watch lcd always on timepiece

[via Tokyoflash]



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