I’m a sucker for pocket watches, especially antique wind-up ones. There’s just something about the elegance of these timepieces from a different age that draws me in. It’s rare that I see any modern battery-powered ones that really strike my fancy. However, The Tokyoflash Kisai Rogue Touch has piqued my interest.
Tokyoflash is known for their complicated-looking watches, that are still surprisingly easy to read. I’ve always been on the fence about them, but I’m a fan of this new one, mostly because of the blending of futuristic and retro styles. It uses an always-on LCD screen, with LED backlights that can be turned on for brief periods when you need to know the time in a dark place. It comes if four different colors, and will set you back a hefty $170.