Tokyoflash has launched their latest geeky watch, the Tokyoflash Kisai Radio Active watch, and as usual it comes with a geeky design, and a different way to tell the time than your average watch.
The Tokyoflash Kisai Radio Active watch comes with a stainless steel case and strap, it features a mineral crystal display, and it can be recharged via USB in just 3.5 hours, the built in battery will give you up to a months usage.
Danger lights flash from beneath a vibrant display panel that indicates the time. An industrial looking brushed stainless steel case with matching strap creates a striking contrast. Kisai Radioactive, a bold watch design that is sure to get you noticed.
Reading the time is simple when you know how. Progressive from top to bottom, hours are shown in the upper part of the display, five minute groups in the center of the display and single minutes in the lower part of the display.
Press the button to light up the screen and the current time is indicated by flashing lights. See the animation & video demo below to find out more.
The Tokyoflash Kisai Radio Active watch is available for $139, and you can find out more details about this geeky watch over at Tokyoflash at the link below.
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