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Kisai Neutron Motion Sensor LED Watch

can’t get enough of odd time telling devices? here’s another new stuff from TokyoFlash, dubbed the Kisai Neutron Motion Sensor LED Watch, to add to your collection. honestly, you can’t really tell that it is something that tells time if not for the fact that it does bear the familiar watch form. behind the grill-like design is where the time and date will display – digit by digit, to tell you either the time or date, depending on which button you press. you can choose to activate the time telling (available in 12- and 24-hour format) by pressing the button, or thanks to its built-in motion sensor, with a flick of the wrist (no doubt our favorite route), or you could choose to had it permanently on. a nice touch would be its ability to choose between fade out or scrolling digits and also the option to choose how the date should be displayed (DD:MM or MM:DD format, also digit by digit). Continue reading Kisai Neutron Motion Sensor LED Watch

Kisai Breathalyzer Watch

for starter, you shouldn’t even be driving if you have the intention to consume alcohol. however, if you are ever caught in an unexpected happy situation, then be sure your have the Kisai Breathalyzer Watch (officially, Kisai Intoxicated LCD Watch) slapped on your wrist. not only does this LCD-based watch tells time and date, it also has a built-in breathalyzer which could be use as a last-ditch effort to keep your sobriety in check after you down a few cold brews. the result (after breathing into the sensor located at the side of the watch) is presented as in color and BAC range. a green backlight means you are sober; yellow means you are border lining; and red means time to surrender your car key and hitch a ride. to be honest, nobody can really vouch for its accuracy (that’s why we said “last-ditch”) and so, we will take whatever that’s presented with a pinch of salt. Continue reading Kisai Breathalyzer Watch

Kisai Rouge Touch Pocket Watch

Kisai Rouge Touch Pocket Watch
(photos: TokyoFlash) Kisai Rouge Touch Pocket Watch | US$169.00 | www.tokyoflash.com

ah… pocket watches. they used to be a symbol of status, wealth and power of an individual – in short, it is a symbol of you being freaking rich but then that was then. it was subsequently made obsolete by the more practical wrist watches. anyway, if you are still after that symbol in this 21st century period, then you would need something that’s worthy of our time – something like the Kisai Rouge Touch Pocket Watch. it is the modern the classic social status symbol complete with, you guessed it, a touch screen display. other features include dual time, date, alarm, additional LED backlight for lowlight time telling, 60-second auto lock to prevent accidental input, a stainless steel case, a stainless steel chain, and a futuristic animation that will probably keep you hypnotized. the Kisai Rouge Touch Pocket Watch can be yours for $169 a pop. a few more look at this beautiful time piece after the break. Continue reading Kisai Rouge Touch Pocket Watch

concept ePaper display watch doubles as a bicycle computer

Bicycle Computer Concept Wristwatch 544x544px
(credit: Laszlo via TokyoFlash)

if you are an avid cyclist, you would most definitely have a bicycle computer on your ride but how about having on your wrist? at least that what’s Hungary-based designer Laszlo is proposing with this concept watch. the cyclist will have access to crucial data during his or her biking session, all displayed on an ePaper display. for that extra accuracy, the size of the bike’s wheels can be set and the unit of measurement can be set at any point in time. Continue reading concept ePaper display watch doubles as a bicycle computer

TokyoFlash Kisai Denshoku Aluminum LED Watch

Tokyoflash Kisai Denshoku LED wristwatch 544px(photo source: tokyoflash.com)

the art of telling time: if telling time is an art to you. this a wrist watch for you. it’s not analog, neither is this digital display. it’s orange LED light bars display the time for you to figure out the time of the day – literally. the orange LED reminds us of the neon skyline of Shinjuku and at the same time, futuristic too. i have always been fascinated by TokyoFlash wrist watches ever since it’s introduction. i was amazed by the alternative ways of telling time, never mind if the methods of time-telling might be awkward (mostly). it’s definitely, an art on your wrist. seriously, do you really look at the watch to tell time or you simply look at your mobile phone for time? often, i find myself checking my iPhone for time, even if i had a wrist watch on me. wrist watch is a fashion statement and so is this Kisai Denshoku aluminum LED watch. get it? Continue reading TokyoFlash Kisai Denshoku Aluminum LED Watch