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Tokyoflash Shinshoku: Another Confusing LED Watch

Tokyoflash Shinshoku: Another Confusing LED Watch
TokyoFlash today rolled out their latest in their series of cryptic LED watches. The stainless steel Shinshoku watch animates the current time using a series of LEDs arranged in a honeycomb-like grid. As is usually the case with TokyoFlash watches, you might need to read the instructions before you can tell the time.

Tokyoflash Says: Watch Out Jive Turkey!

Tokyoflash Says: Watch Out Jive Turkey!
The latest funky watch to be released in the TokyoFlash PIMP series has the best name yet, the “Jive Turkey.” It’s a substantial stainless steel timepiece that combines modern technology with a retro feel. The Jive Turkey display features a refractive lens system that makes the green LEDs fade into an animated 70’s-style “infinity” effect.

Retro Mod Round Dot LED Clocks From I.D.E.a.

Retro Mod Round Dot LED Clocks From I.D.E.a.
Cool LED clocks keep popping up on the radar lately, and this week I came across these nifty round LED alarm clocks out of Japan. Designed for I.D.E.A., the clocks feature round LED pixel dots instead of traditional segments, and look great in either brilliant blue or green variants (they also come in traditional red if you prefer.)

Turn Your Walls Into a Starfield

Turn Your Walls Into a Starfield
Sick of the same four white walls? This new projection gadget might just help you make that room a little less drab. The Laser Stars Projector will take a plain white room and turn it into a twinkling, ever changing starfield (assuming you turn off the lights.)

LED Wristwatch Looks Cool, Impossible to Read

LED Wristwatch Looks Cool, Impossible to Read
TokyoFlash Japan can always be relied upon for the latest in funky digital timepieces, and the new JLr7 LED Abstract Watch is no exception. The JLr7 (which gets its name from the top row of LEDs on the watch) displays a series “L”-shaped LED (either in green or blue) segments which reveal the current time in a sufficiently difficult to read way that you’ll need to refer to the diagram below to have any hope of figuring out what time it is.

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