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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.

Tokyoflash Gridlock watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 23rd, 2010

Tokyoflash, makers of high-end nerdware, have yet another futuristic watch. The Gridlock watch features an asymmetrical design with a curved, brushed metal case, a black screen and an orange interface. I know, you have the usual question. How the hell do you read this one?

Well, the hours are displayed on the left in highlighted squares, while the minutes on the right in digits. It’s not nearly as tough to read as some of their other watches, but just as good looking.

Tokyoflash Round Trip pocket watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 18th, 2010

Tokyoflash watches are pretty awesome. Without them, timekeeping would be boring. Here’s there latest creation. A modern pocket watch. The Tokyoflash Round Trip pocket watch charges via USB and the shapes, and colors tell the time…somehow.

A single charge takes about three hours, but Tokyoflash claims it’ll last a month once finished charging. At $73 this is an expensive nerd conversation peice. Pretty though.


Tokyoflash Kisai Broke watch looks like broken stained glass

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on April 28th, 2010

Love it or hate it, Tokyoflash makes unique watches. The face of the watch looks like broken stained glass, which is probably why it’s called the Kisai Broke. This one is also USB rechargeable, so no replaceable batteries, which is always a hassle.

It’s a Tokyoflash design, so it won’t be easy to read. But you don’t buy it to tell the time. You buy it to make a statement on your wrist. The Kisai Broke is available for $168 over at Tokyoflash now.

Tokyoflash Binary Flow concept watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on March 24th, 2010

Here’s a watch that Neo from The Matrix would love. As usual, it’s from those crazy kids at Tokyoflash, so good luck deciphering the time on this one. The watch can be recharged via USB, and the display is e-paper, which makes it look cool.

With all of the cool watches that Tokyoflash offers I don’t know why anyone still wears a conventional watch. Oh yeah, they want to know the time easily. I would wear this one though. Pretty neat.

Tokyoflash unveils new desktop clocks

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on April 5th, 2009

Tokyoflash unveils new desktop clocksTokyoflash, known for its retro and futuristic watches, has its sights on making your desktop look more like a UFO. They have nine clock designs, all pretty wild in their own way, and they need your help. You can help decide which one should become an actual clock.

One looks like a boomerang, another resembles a cool lamp shade. The one above looks like something from Star Trek The Next Generation. How about a UFO? They’re all pretty wild and wacky. And as usual some seem indecipherable at first.

Help design the next Tokyoflash product

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on March 12th, 2009

Help design the next Tokyoflash productTokyoflash watches are famous for their amazing designs. We’ve featured many of them on this site. Often amazing detailed and beautiful, they also keep time in unique ways. They are more like wearing futuristic artwork than wearing a watch.

Now they want your help. Over on their site, Tokyoflash is featuring a number of concept designs and asking visitors to give feedback and opinions on the designs to help with product development decisions.


Kisai Sensai Tokyoflash aluminum LED watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2009

Kisai Sensai Tokyoflash aluminum LED watchThe line of Kisai aluminum LED watches from Tokyoflash has just been upgraded and this has to be one of the more striking pieces we’ve seen in some time.

You get your choice of case and strap color combinations, each featuring multicolored LEDs beneath black acrylic lenses. The wrist band design has the appearance of a one-piece bracelet and is easily adjustable for different wrist sizes. This one features an animation mode so that once every minute for 12 minutes after the time is displayed, the LEDs rotate on and off in a circular formation.

Tokyoflash MP3 Tower

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on February 13th, 2009

Tokyo Flash MP3 TowerLooks like our friends over at Tokyoflash got tired of making hard to decipher watches. And so the Tokyo Flash MP3 Tower was born. It features an integrated speaker on the base and a USB port to hook up USB flash drives with music files.

Red LEDs display the time straightforward for once, with volume and control buttons on top of the case. The device is powered by three AA batteries. And since the MP3 Tower is waterproof, so you take it with you in the shower. Just remember that you’ll need a waterproof USB flash drive too.

Tokyoflash Kisai Keisan LED watch is a beauty

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on January 20th, 2009

Tokyoflash Kisai Keisan LED watch is a beautyThe creative folks over at Tokyoflash just revealed their latest digital watch and it’s pretty sexy if we do say so ourselves. The new Kisai Keisan watch uses a unique convex lens that magnifies the lighting effect from the LEDs behind the numbers in the watch face.

If you’re familiar with Tokyoflash watches, and I know you are, since you read the ‘Brick, you’ll know that reading the time will take some getting used to. To tell the time on this watch, just add the digits in each of the four vertical lines of numbers. The Keisan features an aluminum body and comes in silver (with orange or yellow leds), or black (with red or green LEDs).

Kisai Tenmetsu Tokyoflash watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on December 9th, 2008

Kisai Tenmetsu Tokyoflash watchTenmetsu is the latest addition to the brand new line of Kisai timepieces from Japanese watch importer Tokyoflash. The idea behind this one is that with three LEDs positioned beneath each lens, you’ll get a transition between LED colors, creating an unusual look. And it does. As usual Tokyoflash comes up with a unique design.

This one is nice and light weight because it’s made from aluminum. You can get one in either silver or black. So how do you read the time on this one? The time and date are shown in sequence by color. Red LEDs indicate 15 units, amber LEDs indicate 5 units and green LEDs indicate 1 unit, a combination of which present hours, minutes, months and date. Still confused? Me too.


Tokyoflash launches the Ni

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2008

Tokyoflash launches the NiTokyoflash, those wild and crazy watch makers just never take a breather. Which is great for us, because if it wasn’t for Tokyoflash, watches would be boring. They’re back, having never left, with their latest wristwatch known as the Ni.

This design is at once stylish and minimal. The Ni is made entirely from stainless steel and features a polished finish, with horizontal grooves on the face and strap that give it a great look. The time progresses in one direction. Touch the upper button for an animation before the time is displayed. Each LED on the bottom line indicates two hours, the line above indicates a single hour, a combination presenting the current hour. Groups of 10 minutes are presented on the center row and single minutes on the upper two lines.

Tokyoflash releases some Fire

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on November 11th, 2008

Tokyoflash releases some FireHere’s the latest from Tokyoflash, who aims to start a fire on your wrist. This one is designed vertically with Yellow LEDs that will tell you the hours, red LEDs indicate groups of 10 minutes and the green LEDs indicate single minutes. As always, hard to read for some, but very stylish and futuristic. It features an adjustable strap and they claim that it’s so comfortable you barely know it’s on your wrist. You can get yours for a limited time only launch price of about $130.

Tokyoflash Jackpot watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on October 28th, 2008

Tokyoflash Jackpot watchWe all love Tokyoflash watches. They are the cutting edge of style and innovation. It gets even better when they put a game of chance on your wrist. The Tokyoflash Jackpot Watch is a stylish timepiece that allows you to spin the numbers like a slot machine.

You just need to press the button and set your bet amount, then hit another button to spin the digits. Hey, if you’ve got a gambling problem this may keep you out of the casinos. The Tokyoflash Jackpot Watch retails for $100 and sadly does not shower your wrist with tiny coins when you win. Can we get somebody working on that?

Tokyoflash’s negative watch accentuates the positive

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on September 16th, 2008

Tokyoflash’s negative watch accentuates the positiveDespite the name Tokyoflash’s Negative watch is amazing as usual and for once it’s a breeze to read the time. The watch features a reverse LCD display which lets you view the time without pressing any buttons. The Negative watch gets its name from its “always-on” inverse LCD display which uses oversize black dot-matrix pixels to reveal the time, day or date.

Another feature is a multi-color LED backlight, which lets you sort between one of seven different colors. If you wanted to, you could have a new color every day. In “frenzy” mode the display will put on a little rave party with a colored light show. If that isn’t enough for you, you can choose from horizontal or vertical display orientations, and youll also get a built-in alarm. Comes in polished silver and polished black stainless steel and retails for about $162.

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