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The latest unique watch offering from ToykoFlash is the Kisai Rorschach ePaper watch. It’s tricky to read until you know how it works. Hours are displayed on the top right and minutes are on the bottom left with both reflected in mirror images to create the Rorschach inkblot. If you see a demonic face instead of the time, you might want to get that checked out.

It also features a date display and an alarm. The numbers and background can even trade colors for easier reading at night. The watch is available in several colors with a leather or stainless strap and takes just a standard watch battery.

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kisai keisan contest

We have one final Tokyoflash watch to give away to a lucky reader and this time it’s a silver Kisai Keisan!

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The latest offering from Tokyoflash is the Neutron LED watch with a built in motion sensor. It’s available in either black, gunmetal or gold with red, white or blue lights that display the time. You can have the time displayed in lights that either wave up and down or pulse in and out and you don’t even need to touch the watch to turn it on. Just flick your wrist and the display will light up. It’s also USB rechargeable with one 3.5 hour charge lasting for about a month. This is a limited edition watch, so get yours before they’re gone!

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We’re giving away our second Tokyoflash watch of the month, and this time it’s the ultra unique Kisai Tenmetsu!

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July is Tokyoflash month here at FashionablyGeek! Over the next few weeks we are going to be giving away three unique watches to lucky readers—the first being the Kisai Optical Illusion.

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Tokyoflash has just released two new watches that, for the first time ever, feature wood rather than metal. The Kisai Rogue has an always on LED face with the minutes and hours indicated by the empty spaces in the watch’s circular design pattern. It’s also got a wooden case and strap made from maple and sandal wood to look like a traditional metal strap.

The Kisa Stencil also has the unigue face design that is the hallmark of Tokyoflash with the time displayed in the negative space of the numbers on the LED readout. The case of this one is also made of maple and sandle wood, but the strap here is genuine leather.

Both are available in limited editions with a special introductory price of $99 that’s only good through May 3rd at 16:00 Japan time so order yours now!

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This watch designed by Peter Fletcher is currently just a prototype, but with any luck we’ll actually be able to buy it someday soon. He created the watch to resemble the saucer section of a Federation starship with two rotating dials that display the hour and minutes through a little window. The saucer itself is LED illuminated to make it look even more sci-fi. Fletcher has submitted his design to Tokyoflash for possible production so fingers crossed that you’ll be able to buy it soon. We’re not holding our breath though—Tokyoflash pretty much makes the same watch over and over again.

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The latest Tokyoflash Kisai watch is the OTO which features a sound sensitive graphic equalizer with bars that move up and down in response to the noise around you. The time can be read either horizontally or vertically with hours, minutes and seconds being displayed. You can choose to turn off the bars if they’re too distracting, or choose to turn off the time if you just want the look of the cool blinking bars on your wrist. The idea for the Kisai OTO came from fan Sam Jerichow of Germany and is the tenth fan concept to actually become a watch.

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The new Tokyoflash Kisai Adjust watch features an LED display that shows the time in a pattern of triangles. It works horizontally or vertically and can be set for either 12 or 24 hour time. You can also see the date, set an alarm and even change the color to one of six choices that can also be set to an animated display.

This is the 9th fan idea that has become a reality through submissions on the Tokyoflash blog. It came from Nicolas Hélin of Belgium who wanted a watch that was both simple and futuristic at the same time. As with other Tokyoflash watches, this will be made in limited quantities and once it’s gone, it’s gone for good.

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Tokyoflash keeps coming up with watches that look sleek and futuristic. The Kisai Space Digits design is on par with others they’ve released this year; it’s innovative and displays time in a way I’ve not seen before. It’s simple to read once you know what you’re looking for: the time is displayed from left to right and the date is from top to bottom.

The gadget-accessory has the basics like an alarm, an EL backlight, and a crystal clear LCD interface. You can get the band in black, gold, or silver. It’s the type of watch that gets noticed.

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