There’s something about looking at a ticking clock that’s kind of depressing. The hands move so slowly that you can almost feel each second as it passes by. Looking at a wristwatch helps you to know if you’re on schedule or late, making it only a reminder of the wasted time in between. Life shouldn’t be so boring as that, and neither should your watch!
Tokyoflash seems to have a knack for making awesome watches that make you think about time in whole new ways. The Kisai Zone LCD Watch is one such item that has a honeycomb display to show the hours, minutes, and seconds. You won’t have to press a button to see what time it is because it will always be on. It also has a constantly moving display that either tells you the time down to a fraction of a second, or shows an animation. Should you need to know the time in the middle of the night, you can press a button to illuminate the screen. This watch will cost you about $99, and comes in either a black band with a black or green LCD, or a silver band with a blue or purple LCD. Note that this watch will jump up in price to about $139 after its first 48 hours of launch.
I _LOVE_ the wonderful ideas the designers at Tokyoflash come up with for displaying time of day in unconventional ways.
This is actually one of the more easy to read designs. Very nice and not exorbitantly priced even if you miss today's introductory $40 discount.
Just got it. Much nicer that I thought it would be. First purchase from Tokyoflash.
Very pleased so far.