Tokyoflash is all about strange watches that normal folk can’t read. The latest of the watches from the company is the Kisai Transit and the thing is cheaper than many of the watches offered at Tokyoflash.
Ever just sat and looked at something thinking if you could afford it you would totally buy it – no matter how geeky and overpriced it is? I bet there are lots of you out there thinking that right now after laying eyes on the Royale Opera Time-Piece.
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.
Bands that turn a new iPod nano 6G into a watch are getting to be very common. It seems like every time I turn around a new one is on the market. A guy is looking to bring a couple more to market over on KickStarter and his are so much cooler than any of the other bands I have seen.
While it seems dubious that anyone in the Victorian era had an LED wristwatch, that didn’t stop Eric Schleapfer from putting one together himself.
This steampunk LED wristwatch uses a LED wristwatch board. The watch is constructed from a small piece of oak and some pieces of brass sheet and tubing.
While this watch doesn’t really make me think of sex ed, it is an interesting concept. I do think that explaining the birds and the bees is best left to parents without using a gimmick like this watch.
Still, the watch has got an interesting face, although I can’t see how many people would be interested in having spermatozoa on their wrist.
The Boy Scouts had it right with their motto about always being prepared. However, you don’t always want people to know that you’re prepared for certain situations.
Unless you’re someone that drinks a lot and doesn’t care who knows it, you might not want to carry a bottle opener on your keychain.
Usually when we’re talking about cool and cryptic modern digital watches, we turn to the guys over at Tokyoflash. But this time, we’ve got a sleek modern design, with a perfectly geeky display from London’s STORM.
The new STORM Cosmo is a special edition, with a multi-color LED time display that works as follows: the left column tells hours and months, and the right shows the minutes and day of the month.
I never really was that interested in an iPod Nano, but this little watch band might make me change my mind. It basically makes your iPod Nano look like a bona fide watch. Plus, it also looks pretty good.
The watch band is made by Hex and you can currently pre-order it for $24.95
Stylish watches aren’t just made in Japan. That’s what Nooka has proven time and time again. Their latest watch is called the Zub Zayu and I have to say that it looks pretty unique.
This new watch features the largest LCD display in Nooka’s Zub collection.
Whether or not California legalizes pot tomorrow, Tokyoflash has a watch that”ll simulate the drug-induced haze with or without lighting up.
The Kisai Wasted watch features a trippy display that’ll have your eyeballs spinning as you try to figure out the time.
Remember that annoying hourglass from Windows ’95? It was a very frustrating reminder to all us geeks at how much we hated Micro$oft. Still, it looks like this concept has been revived in the form of a watch that even toddlers can read.
The KWID has a digital hourglass on its display to let everyone understand the notion of time.
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.
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
One thing that I’ve started to expect from all of this LEGO merchandise is that it usually looks cheap and easy to throw away. This doesn’t hold true for Pop Hours, Jean Charles de Castelbajac’s (aka “JC/DC”) latest watch.
The Pop Hours is inspired by classic LEGOs, with each of the links of the chunky strap looking like a LEGO brick.