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Time Tuner Alarm Clock looks like analog

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on January 1st, 2009

Time Tuner Alarm Clock looks like analogHere’s a great design that can’t make up it’s mind as to whether it’s from the future or the past. We like it. The Time Tuner was created by Istanbul-based Antrepo Design Industry, who decided against the traditional digital clock face. It instead boasts an analog style that resembles a radio tuner.

It’s a lot like our favorite watches from Tokyoflash. The numbers along the length of the dial light-up to show you the hour. At the same time, an illuminated vertical red line moves across the dial for minutes. If you’re looking for a clock with style, look no further.

Watch with hidden USB flash drive

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on July 17th, 2008

Watch with hidden USB flash drive
If you have the need to smuggle sensitive data from one place to another and need to hide your usb drive, this is the watch for you. It features a hidden 4GB USB Flash Drive thanks to a secret compartment at the base.

Plus, it’s fairly plain so it won’t draw attention like say, a Tokyoflash watch. With this baby, before you know it, you’ll be stealing all kinds of company secrets. Unless of course your boss is reading the ‘Brick and notices how much your watch looks like this one.

Scramble & Progression Tokyo Flash watches

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on June 3rd, 2008

Scramble & Progression Tokyo Flash watches
Japanese watch wizards Tokyoflash have announced two new amazing and as usual neat timepieces – Scramble and Progression, from the Nekura company. For once they aren’t hard to read, like many others. We’re really digging the sort of techno/biology look, similar to what you’ll find in any Metroid game.

Both watches feature full color LEDs embedded underneath the interface. Touch the upper button to illuminate the display with whatever color you choose (blue, green, cyan, red, pink or orange). The watches also sport a multi-color mode that cycles through all the colors, while they glow brightly to highlight the time. The price isn’t completely unreasonable at about $124.


Tell time with your Oberon

Posted in LED,Watches by Chetz on December 17th, 2007

Oberon watch tells time with LED lightsIn William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer’s Night’s Dream” the name of the King of the Fairies was Oberon. He is also the King of the Shadows so something dark might be befitting of a name worthy of this deity which is precisely what the makers of the latest new watch design from Tokyoflash were probably thinking. Like most of the watches offered by these fellows the Oberon dispenses with the tradition two hands and minutes/hours number divisions in favor of patterned LED lights. When you read the time on the Oberon you start by looking at the outer ring of LEDs to determine the hour, the second ring of lights determines what minute it is and the third inner ring is devoted for grouping minutes into blocks of ten. It might sound complicated but picking it up is fairly simple and only takes a few glances at your watch. The watch will also tell you what date it is, all you need do is press a button and you can do that by LED lights too.

Radioactive Danger watch is fun

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on November 5th, 2007

Active Reactor from TokyoFlashThis unique new watch from TokyoFlash is called the Active Reactor. While it might be a bit challenging trying to figure out the time, it puts a little fun into your day. I wouldn’t advise showing it off at the airport, lest they believe something is “armed” and attached to your wrist.

It will impress your friends though. And telling time with the interface can be done with a little brain power. Simply add up the various light sequences: 20 plus 10 plus 2 = 32 minutes. The Red Warning light marks 6 hours and the Danger gauge marks the other 6 hours.

I’ve got to be somewhere when it’s 3 red, 4 yellow

Posted in Watches by Chetz on September 13th, 2007

Geomesh watch uses lights and colors to show the time.In the beginning there was the sundial to mark the hours that passed. Next came the analog watch with its winding gears and ticking seconds hand followed by the digital watch. You would think that telling time can’t get any simpler (or stranger) but then along comes the Geomesh watch from Tokyoflash.

The Geomesh’s gunmetal face is a mirrored grid of 27 LEDs running vertically and horizontally. By reading how many lights and what colors are arranged you can tell what time it is (sorry, not the date.) The watches come in either white, blue or multicolored light styles, so for instance if you bought the colored one a yellow light would demark 5 minutes of time while red indicates a single minute.

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