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Rogue watch from Tokyoflash

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on August 26th, 2008

Rogue watch from TokyoflashHere’s Tokyoflash’s newest hard to read and futuristic timepiece for those who love these hard-to-read-watches. With the LCD interface, the time can be read at a glance but it can also be illuminated with sci-fi green LEDs, so that when you touch the button, it resembles a glowing radar screen. It sports a solid stainless steel strap which can be adjusted.

So how do you read this one? The outer ring dots are the minutes, every fifth dot being slightly smaller to distinguish five minutes. The ring of large blocks represents rough minutes, the position of the gap indicating approximate minutes. The inner ring of blocks represents hours, the position of the gap in the ring showing the current hour as on a clock face. It will set you back $154.

Nekura watches from Tokyoflash

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on July 15th, 2008

Nekura watches from Tokyoflash
Tokyoflash announced some new stylish as always unisex analog timepieces in their Nekura series. Five new models in all, each with a custom engraved, self-adjustable wristband made from brushed stainless steel, polished silver case, and are available with a black or clear strap.

Cabriolet sports a speedometer inspired dial, Tumbler features a rotating disc effect like a combination lock, Twilight has a dark face with with tones of orange and blue, Transceiver is inspired by a classic radio dial and Tundra is minimalist representing the wide open spaces.

New Tokyoflash Galaxy watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on July 1st, 2008

New Tokyoflash Galaxy watch
Here’s the latest awesome looking, but hard to read Tokyoflash watch. This one is called Galaxy and features a “powerful formation of multi-colored light bars, developed using digital tube technology”. It also has a “custom linked, brushed silver strap”. But here’s what you really want to know. How do you read the time?

Hitting the upper button starts an animation, then it will show you the time. The twelve yellow bars are hours going in a clock wise direction, the red bars are groups of five minutes and the four green bars are single minutes. If you use the lower button it will show you the time immediately. It will cost you about $132 USD. Love em or hate em Tokyoflash is making the world look like Sci-Fi one wrist at a time.


TokyoFlash Infection Watch looks sick

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 21st, 2008

TokyoFlash Infection Watch looks sick
…In a good way. Mostly. TokyoFlash continues to surprise us with unique watch designs. With their latest, the “Infection” watch, they apparently had sickness on their minds. I’m not sure if I like it or not. On one hand the design is cool, but I look at it and I feel like I need to be quarantined. It’s like ill pop-art.

The time is shown with 12 red, 11 yellow and four green LEDs, and you can choose have the display animated or just show the time. The curved watch is stainless-steel and water-resistant to 3ATM and sells for around $135.

Oberon LED watch from Tokyoflash

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on December 6th, 2007

Oberon LED watch from Tokyoflash

The Oberon LED watch is certainly easy on the eyes. It’s like wearing a small starfield on your wrist. Any watch that looks like it has stars on the face catches my attention right away. It looks very stealthy with it’s white LED display and streamlined black stainless steel body and strap. The outer ring of lights tell you the hour, the next ring is for single minutes, and the third shows minutes in groups of tens.

You can read the date in the same way. It takes some getting used to, but it’s worth it. Aside from looking awesome, it’s water-resistant down to 50 meters. The price is about $135.

Tokyo Flash Kisai Rogue SR2 Led Watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on June 21st, 2011

The latest watch from Tokyoflash is stylish as usual and as usual, confusing to read the time on it. It’s called the Kisai Rogue SR2 LCD. It displays the time through a circle of connecting blocks. The LCD display is always on and you can choose between 4 colors.

The watch has LED backlighting and is available for $179. It should be easy to read the time on this watch, once you know how to do it.

Kisai RPM Acetate White Watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 31st, 2011

Last year Tokyoflash debuted the Kisai RPM watch. It had a black case and blue LEDs that mark the time. Well now it has arrived in a special white edition. The Kisai RPM Acetate White version is available now and it looks good.

The watch shows the time in groups of three with the lights. It does look very striking in white. It charges via USB and one recharge takes 3.5 hours and should last for a month. It will cost you just $159.99. I still can’t figure out how to make out the time myself.


Solaris V1 Solar-powered LED watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on January 13th, 2011

Everybody wants to be green these days, so cell batteries are a dying breed. More watches are being powered by the sun. And now a French designer has come up with an elegant solar watch design that features the solar panel right in the middle of the watch. It looks great.

The time is displayed by LEDs, with the hours on the outside in blue, while five-minute groups are shown in purple. Single minutes are displayed on the cross bars in the center.

Order in Chaos clock is hard to read and cool at the same time

Posted in Clocks by Shane McGlaun on September 27th, 2010

We have seen our share of strange clocks around there and typically, when we are talking timepieces they are wristwatches from Tokyoflash or some similar purveyor of odd watches. This wall clock is from a designer that was looking to make a statement about the order in chaos.

The clock has the numbers you expect to see around the clock face, but those numbers are broken into bits. As the hour gets closer, the numbers slowly take more from until you can read them. The single hand in the center of the clock is for minutes.

Instant Trend watch is too dang complicated to read

Posted in Watches by Shane McGlaun on April 2nd, 2010

At some point we need to draw the line on crazy watches that have displays you need a mathematics degree and an instruction manual to read. I want my clock to have numbers and just tell me what time it is, not impress my friends by how complicated it is.

Tokyoflash has unveiled its latest, and very complicated new watch called the Instant Trend. The thing has the expected majorly complex face to show what time it is. It also has a normal readout that can show the time in up to four zones at once.

E Clock is like having an e-book on your wrist

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

TokyoFlash, those makers of all kinds of wacky and fun watches, have done it again. Now they have created an E-ink display watch to accompany the current e-book craze. Looks pretty sweet. The E Clock can tell the time using normal numbers, or by using patterns of dashes and lines if you like to be mysterious.

It will connect via Bluetooth to your phone, alerting you to calls and texts through vibration or a blinking indicator. It might not look like it, but the band is made from flexible stainless steel. If enough people vote for it, they will make it and offer it up. What do you think?


Maze of Time watch is surprisingly easy to read

Posted in Concepts by Shane McGlaun on March 8th, 2010

At first glance, this watch design concept called Maze of Time looked to be very confusing. The watch has different color lines that overlap in a sort of maze configuration. The watch face has a decoding color key on it to tell you what color is for what number.

Yellow and blue numbers are for the hours and red and green numbers are for minutes. Each colored set of lines makes a number and once you see how it works the thing is very easy to read.

Tokyo Flash Hexagon Watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on March 5th, 2010

If bees wore watches this is what they would look like. Just looking at this watch, you know it’s from Tokyo Flash. But this Hexagonal watch isn’t real, it’s just a stunning concept. We hope that Tokyo Flash decides to make it real.

Telling the time on this thing is easy. The blue colored LEDS are the hours, five minute increments are purple and individual minutes are pink. So are you all buzzing about this watch? Sorry, bad joke. I’ll bee more careful in the future.

Ants Watch will make your skin crawl

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on June 18th, 2009

Ants Watch will make your skin crawlAt first glance, you might think that the ant watch is from Tokyoflash, but it’s actually from Seahope. It looks pretty confusing. Even more confusing than Tokyoflash watches.

I’ve looked at the image for a solid two hours and I still can’t figure out which ant does what. There is way too much math involved in this watch. It’s driving me nuts already and I don’t own the damn thing. Plus, all this attention to ants is making my skin crawl a little.

Storm Synth watch has too many hands

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 21st, 2009

Storm Synth watch has too many handsThe Storm Synth watch never ever wants you to know the time. So it hides it from you by mixing in the real hands with six fakes. The real hands both have tips. This means that glances won’t do. You’ll have to stare down your watch and actually focus to find the time.

Of course watch makers all want to be different and stand out from the crowd. Tokyoflash makes all kinds of watches that are tough to read. But c’mon. With this watch they’re just plain messing with us. They probably have a bet on how many they can actually sell.

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