The latest geeky watch from the guys over at Tokyo Flash certainly looks as confusing as the last one we featured, although this one does look a little more stylish, the Kisai Tenmetsu Watch.
The Kisai Tenmetsu Watch displays the time and date in sequence by color, red LEDs indicate 15 minute intervals, yellow LEDs indicate 5 minute intervals and green LEDs indicate 1 minute intervals.
Tenmetsu combines precision lines and stunning contours with three subtle LED tones to create a look never before seen. The continuous line that runs between the lenses and through the wrist band provides perfect balance and a design edge. The new two-step time telling method is simple to learn and will change the way you think about time.
I hope you guy aren’t as confused as I am, luckily it looks like this one comes with English instructions as well as Japanese.
The Kisai Tenmetsu Watch is available in two colors stainless steel, and black, if you want one, they are available for $238 from Tokyo Flash.
via DviceFiled Under: Design News, Gadgets News, Geeky Stuff