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Tokyoflash Right Angle LCD Watch Concept

Posted in Watches by Reuben Drake on July 19th, 2011

Tokyoflash has yet another neat concept watch in the Right Angle LCD watch. It takes some outside of the box thinking to tell the time with this one as usual. Just flick your wrist to change the angle and reading the numbers will become clear.

The time is shown digitally with Hours-Minutes-Seconds-Milliseconds, but the layout of the numbers on the display is stretched so it distorts the image. Pretty neat and we are sure this one will go into production at some point.

Tokyoflash Kisai Kaidoku LCD Watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on July 6th, 2011

Tokyoflash’s latest watch design uses words to tell the time. It is called the Kisai Kaidoku. No numbers here. Just a watch that Scrabble fans and vocabulary teachers will appreciate.

So how do you tell the time with words? Just read the flashing words and you will know what time it is. The date can be read in the same way by pressing the lower button. I prefer good old numbers myself, but it’s a neat watch.

How Drunk Are You? This Tokyoflash Watch Will Tell You

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2011

Despite the fact that you should really act responsibly, this watch will tell you how drunk you are. And if you have to ask, you are probably too drunk. This LCD watch checks your blood alcohol content. Just place your finger on a dedicated button and have it check your BAC.

If you are sober enough to manage that anyway. Don’t try to do this and touch your nose at the same time, while walking a straight line.

Tokyoflash radiation level LED watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on April 28th, 2011

With the recent disaster in Japan, many radiation detection devices have recently surfaced and here’s another. Though this one is less useful in letting you know if there is radiation in the area or not. It just uses the same theme. Right now it’s still just a concept, but the radiation level LED concept watch looks pretty cool.

The watch face looks amazing. You can tell the time using the colorful bars which light up. There’s also a charging indicator to let you know when it is charging. Cool watch, but some people may not want reminders about radiation every time they look at their watch.

Tokyoflash Kisai Console watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2011

Tokyoflash has unveiled the Kisai Console watch, which looks pretty darn cool. This futuristic watch will cost you $200.64. As usual, you might have a hard time actually reading the time on this watch though. Hopefully it gets easier once you know how.

The hours are displayed on the numbers on the top half, while the minutes are shown on the middle and lower section. Who cares. You buy these watches because they look great, not because you want the time.

Tokyoflash Kisai Satellite Watch now for sale

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on December 8th, 2010

Tokyoflash is always busy cranking out unique watches and their latest is the Kisai Satellite. You voted for it and now it is a reality. It will cost you $93 and it’s available in either black or white. Unlike most watches from Tokyoflash, it’s easy to see the time on this one.

The top circle on the face shows the hours, while the bottom left circle shows the minutes in groups of five and the bottom right circle shows single minutes.

Tokyoflash Kisai RPM watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on November 27th, 2010

Tokyoflash has released its latest watch design, the Kisai RPM. This is the first concept to become a reality from the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog and it is based on an idea from a Tokyoflash fan from the UK, James Fursedon.

The Tokyoflash Kisai RPM is easy to read, unlike some of their watches. The hours are shown on the inner ring, while five minute intervals are shown on the outer ring. Four single minutes are positioned at the top of the display along side the AM/PM indicator. Lights showing the current time will flash for several seconds to make it easier to read.


Tokyoflash Kisai Wasted watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on November 2nd, 2010

The Kisai Wasted is a new watch from the folks over at Tokyoflash. It’s available in black or white and sports a streamlined plastic case and a strap finished in gloss with matte detail. This one was specially designed to fit most wrists perfectly, no matter the size.

The smooth translucent lens allows you to see the somewhat spooky looking layout of the time right under it. A touch of the button initiates the twisted display and the current time will flash for a short time. Hours are shown on the outside in the same position as numbers on a clock, groups of five minutes on the inside and single minutes in the center from bottom to top.

Tron inspired LED Watch from Tokyoflash

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on October 20th, 2010

The guys over at Tokyoflash never stop designing cool new watches. The latest one is part of their concept series, and it was designed by Scott from the UK. And we hope they put this one into production very soon, since it looks awesome.

The two rings (based on a Tron Disc) represent the minutes and the hours. The break in the ring represents the time in a normal clock face layout. We hope that they make this tron inspired LED watch asap.

Latest Tokyoflash watch concept will leave you cross-eyed

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on September 26th, 2010

So what time is it? Can you tell from that image? I can’t. But if you focus you just might see the time. It’s 5:36. With this watch time is read and hidden by an optical illusion. Now I see it. Thanks for hurting my eyes.

If for some reason you can’t see it, there’s a button on the side that turns off the illusion and displays just the numbers. Pretty cool, even if it is a pain to see.

Tokyoflash Cobra LED watch concept

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on September 14th, 2010

The aptly named Cobra LED watch from Tokyoflash shows the time, well, like a cobra. This concept watch tells you the time using two decks, one that shows the hours, while the other shows the minutes.

Numbers are engraved on each deck like a scale. You can view the time vertically or diagonally. It looks like it could leap off your wrist and strike.


Tokyoflash Night Vision watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on August 11th, 2010

The folks over at Tokyoflash never ever sleep. They don’t rest at all. They just spend all of their time coming up with unusual new watches. And that’s what we love about the company. Their latest crazy watch concept is the Night Vision concept.

This one looks pretty cool and Sci-Fi like with bright green lights. As usual, it’s hard to figure out how you tell the time at first. The outer bars indicate the hours, while the minutes are shown in the center in large digital numerals.

Tokyoflash Traffic Watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on August 4th, 2010

Those crafty folks over at Tokyoflash have yet another weird watch in the Traffic Watch. This one uses three map routes to display the time. The hours are displayed as the city streets marked in blue, while 5 minute intervals are shown along the subway line. The single minutes are shown in green.

There is also an optional night mode animation between 6pm to midnight. It can be recharged via USB, and will last for roughly a month on a 3.5 hour charge. The battery is good for up to 300 charge cycles, and can be replaced when needed.

Tokyoflash Space Digit watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on July 27th, 2010

Tokyoflash has introduced their latest watch concept called the Space Digit. This unique and hard to read watch features a silver ring around the face that contrasts against the black case and strap to enhance the fact that the lens is raised above the case.

There is also another deep acrylic lens that covers the interface, and beneath is what appears to be a maze of digits. Blue LEDs light up the display when the button is touched and three flashing digits show the current time.

Tokyoflash Wavelength watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on July 15th, 2010

Tokyoflash has unveiled their latest timepiece called the Wavelength. This one looks a bit out of character for the company, but still pretty neat. It features an always on LCD display and user selectable LED backlighting.

As usual, telling time with this watch is a bit confusing. The hour is displayed in digits in negative space in the center of the display, while minutes are shown as the ring of blocks surrounding the digits. The first rotation of minutes in positive blocks to 30 minutes, then the second rotation in negative blocks to 60.