This Tokyoflash watch was initially created by a reader of their blog named James Fursedon. He created the concept and Tokyoflash’s design studio made it a reality.
The initial idea was submitted by James last February.
Whether or not California legalizes pot tomorrow, Tokyoflash has a watch that”ll simulate the drug-induced haze with or without lighting up.
The Kisai Wasted watch features a trippy display that’ll have your eyeballs spinning as you try to figure out the time.
I just spotted that Dezeen has just opened an online watch store, and I hope to see some really funky designs available there. Maybe someday they’ll end up designing their own watches, kind of like Tokyoflash.
It’s design concept day here on Technabob, and here’s another cool idea which might actually get made. Designed by Scott Galloway, this 7R0N watch concept gets its inspiration from TRON.
For starters, Scott’s 7R0N (Seven-R-Zero-N) watch just looks awesome.
TokyoFlash is going soft on us. After all their mind-numbing watches and designs, I think they’ve finally decided to have mercy on us. That’s why their latest concept is as straightforward as it gets. Just look at the difference in the squiggly lines and you’ll see the numbers in the middle.
Those crazy scientists over at Tokyoflash came up with another watch, that (surprise) is strangely hard to read – the Kisai Round Trip. But that’s what we expect from Tokyoflash, right?
Like a lot of their watches, this one is also charged via a USB port, which is handy, but it still takes 3.5 hours to charge up this watch, and you’ll have to do this every month.
There are a bunch of new watch designs that have been posted on the Tokyoflash blog. Most interesting is the one from Tynan Mayhew from Canada. What’s amazing is that this comes from a 14-year old kid!
Here’s another new concept watch from those guys over at TokyoFlash. They call it Night Vision and it actually looks pretty good, thanks to the bright green lights on the face of the watch.
This is coupled with a matte body and strap.
Although I love Japanese watches, the one thing that I dislike about a lot of them is to take a few moments to figure out what the heck is exactly going on. The Kisai Traffic watch shows what looks like some random traffic, which is supposed to help you tell the time.
I don’t know whether I love it or hate it, but this is a really distinctive watch, made by those nutty watchmakers over at Tokyoflash.
Unlike other recent Tokyoflash designs, this isn’t a concept, and you can actually buy it.
Tokyoflash’s latest concept watch looks cool enough to be used by our robot overlords! Assuming robots wore watches, that is. The Supersonic has bold modern looks and a sleek smoked black hexagonal face.
As with most Tokyoflash watches, half the fun is trying to figure out what the time is when you look at it.
The guys over at watchmaker Tokyoflash never cease to amaze me with their creative digital watch designs. Their latest concept is the Instant Trend, a timepiece that not only looks cool, but can display text notifications from your mobile phone.
I don’t know about you guys, but when I glance at my watch, I need to know the time pretty quickly. I don’t have time to try and figure out what exactly my fancy new Japanese timepiece is trying to tell me.
I went through a phase where I loved Japanese watches. I still do, but for now, I use my cell phone as a watch. That being said, those guys over at TokyoFlash continue to come up with some great ideas.
We can always count on the guys over at TokyoFlash to come up with new and different ways to tell the time. With their modern approach to product design, they’re now asking shoppers to weigh in on prospective designs before they go ahead and create the real watches.
Let me start by saying this. I love TokyoFlash. These guys have brought some of the coolest digital watch designs I’ve ever seen to the world, and now they’re amping up their game with their first consumer electronics gadget, the Escape C.