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Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision Wood LED Watch: Burn After Reading

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Apparently, anything that’s made out of wood is good. This is also true of Tokyoflash’s new watch, which appears to be encased completely in wood. It’s all rustic, and ready to go camping!

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The Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision Wood LED Watch has no hands, and looks completely blank when turned off. Its LCD screen is concealed beneath its wooden surface. They shine through to display the time. It has all of the usual functions, with a light-up animation. You can choose between dark sandalwood or maple, and blue, red, or green LEDs.

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Reading the time is surprisingly straightforward. The hour is highlighted by its absence from the LED circle, while the minutes are actually displayed in stylized numbers. The watch is easy to read, once you get the system.

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The $109 (USD) launch price for the Kisai Night Vision watch is good until just 10pm Eastern Time tonight, after which point its price will go up to its normal retail price.

[via Tokyoflash]



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