The latest geeky watch from the guys over at Tokyoflash is the Kisai Kaidoku Watch, which was designed by 15 year old Tynan Mayhew from Canada, and the watch was part of the Tokyoflash Design Challenge, which started out as a concept design and has now been made into a real watch.
The Tokyoflash Kisai Kaidoku watch displays the time using words instead of numbers, and it features a colored LCD display and a leather strap and it is available in a range of different colors.
Kaidoku means to decode or decipher in Japanese but this watch needs no translation once you understand how it works. The time is displayed with words instead of numbers. Just look at the words that are flashing and read them in order to know the time. It’s that easy. The date can be read in exactly the same way by pressing the lower button.
The Tokyoflash Kisai Kaidoku watch is available for $119 from Tokyoflash.
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