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Tag: Tokyoflash

Tokyoflash Kisai Keisan LED Watch is a Curvaceous Beauty

Tokyoflash Kisai Keisan LED Watch is a Curvaceous Beauty
The guys over at Tokyoflash just revealed their latest digital watch today, and this one is really quite a looker, IMHO. The new Kisai Keisan watch uses a unique rippled convex lens that magnifies the lighting effect from the LEDs behind the numbers in the watch face.

Tokyoflash Negative LCD/LED Watch is Positively Cool

Tokyoflash Negative LCD/LED Watch is Positively Cool
Hot off the presses comes the latest über-cool modern watch from the guys over at Tokyoflash. Their latest creation features a reverse LCD display which lets you view the time without the need for pressing any pesky buttons.

Tokyoflash Watch Contest Answers, Winners Announced

Tokyoflash Watch Contest Answers, Winners Announced
The results are in for our just completed Tokyoflash watch giveaway, and I can now reveal the answers and winners. Read on for the answers, the winners’ names, and some really special watch designs in case you’ve never seen them before.

Tokyoflash Watch Giveaway: Do You Know What Time It is?

Tokyoflash Watch Giveaway: Do You Know What Time It is?
[UPDATE 8/12/2008: The contest is now over. You can check out the answers and winners here]. How’d you like to win a really cool modern watch from Tokyoflash? Well, if you can tell time, you could win a free watch!

Tokyoflash Nekura Watches: Analog Dial, Modern Style

Tokyoflash Nekura Watches: Analog Dial, Modern Style
While Japanese watch importer Tokyoflash is known for their offbeat electronic watch designs, this time they’re hitting the market with a bunch of new contemporary watches which are firmly grounded in the mechanical age. The latest watches in their new Nekura series feature non-traditional analog dials, each of which possess a Space Age charm like something that might have found its way onto the set of 2001:A Space Odyssey.

Tokyoflash Nekura LED/LCD Watches Glow in Multiple Colors

Tokyoflash Nekura LED/LCD Watches Glow in Multiple Colors
Looking for a modern watch, but can’t make up your mind what color you want? That’s okay, because with the latest funky watch from Tokyoflash – the Nekura -encourages your indecisiveness. The new watches use a hybrid LCD / LED display technology, which lets you choose a color on a whim.

Tokyoflash Oberon Ss LED Watch Gets the Blues

Tokyoflash Oberon Ss LED Watch Gets the Blues
The latest funky electronic timepiece to surface from watch importer TokyoFlash – the Oberon SS is a real stunner. Not only does the watch feature a new way to tell time, it looks damn good doing it.

Tokyoflash Pimp LED Watches Are Back in Black

Tokyoflash Pimp LED Watches Are Back in Black
Japan’s high-tech watch importer TokyoFlash has been carrying watches from the Pimp line since about 2003. The original series of watches was made popular by its unconventional displays and retro modern design sensibility. Now Pimp is updating some of their original designs with a fresh new look.

Tokyoflash Kyokusen Watch: Didn’t I See This on Star Trek?

Tokyoflash Kyokusen Watch: Didn’t I See This on Star Trek?
The latest watch hitting our shores courtesy of Japan’s TokyoFlash looks more like something on the bridge of the Starship Enterprise than something that could actually tell time. Heck, for all I know, it’s actually displaying the current temperature level of the warp core.

Tokyoflash Geomesh LED Watch: What Time is It Again?

Tokyoflash Geomesh LED Watch: What Time is It Again?
In keeping with tradition, Japanese watch importer TokyoFlash is getting set to release yet another watch that might require an advanced degree to read. Their new Geomesh watch has a grid of 27 colored LEDs concealed beneath a mirrored finish.

Tokyoflash Morse Code Watch: Dots and Dashes

Tokyoflash Morse Code Watch: Dots and Dashes
Every time watch importer TokyoFlash reveals another one of their wacky digital watches, it makes my giddy with excitement. So it is with much glee that I bring you their latest watch, which tells time in Morse Code.

Tokyoflash Cyberpunk LED Watch: Lots and Lots of Dots

Tokyoflash Cyberpunk LED Watch: Lots and Lots of Dots
Always one to create watches with cool, but less than practical designs comes TokyoFlash with another new watch design. Originally available only in Japan, their new Cyberpunk TS100 stainless steel watch has a face loaded with 90 tiny red LED dots that flash and flicker across the display, eventually leaving only behind the time.

Tokyoflash Barcode Watch: Back in Black

Tokyoflash Barcode Watch: Back in Black
Technabob favorite TokyoFlash revealed their latest ultra modern digital watch this week. Previously available only in Japan, their Barcode Black watch features a dramatic black case with a solid black stainless steel band. Four columns of bright blue LEDs dot the front to tell the time in Tokyoflash’s typically offbeat way.

Tokyoflash Bpm Watch: How Many Beats Per Minute is That Song?

Tokyoflash Bpm Watch: How Many Beats Per Minute is That Song?
My favorite watch company is at it once more. Tokyoflash has rolled out their latest creation, the BPM watch. The digital timepiece is designed for aspiring musicians, DJs and anyone else who wants to know how many beats per minute are in a rhythm.

Tokyoflash Eleeno LCD Watch has Me Scratching My Head

Tokyoflash Eleeno LCD Watch has Me Scratching My Head
Leave it to the high-tech watch guys over at Tokyoflash to create another totally baffling digital watch design. Their new Eleeno EG3 features a colored grid of LCDs, masked by a layer of raised glass “windows”.

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.