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Tokyoflash Kisai Maze Wood Watch Helps You Burn Some Time

by Lambert Varias
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While everyone else is talking about, waiting for or hating on the Apple Watch, Tokyoflash just keeps on keeping on. The watchmaker’s latest release is the Kisai Maze Wood, a wooden version of the Kisai Maze. In Maze mode, the watch displays the time as gaps in a maze. It’s not that hard to figure out, but it’ll still get quizzical looks.

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Maze mode also gives you has an optional animation, in which a block runs around the display as if looking for the way out. The watch also has a Digital mode, aka Why Did You Even Buy a Kisai mode, that just plain displays the time.

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The Kisai Maze Wood comes in three color schemes. There’s one with a green LCD and a dark sandalwood frame, one with a red LCD and a maple wood frame and one with a silver LCD and a dark sandalwood frame.

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Find your way to Tokyoflash’s online store and pre-order the Kisai Maze Wood for $99 (USD). This price is only valid for a limited time – until Friday September 12th at 11am Japan time, after which it will jump up to the regular retail price.



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