We have seen a number of wooden watches from Tokyoflash before, the latest is the Tokyoflash Kisai Kaidoku Wood watch, the time is displayed using words instead of numbers.
The Tokyoflash Kisai Kaidoku Wood features a stainless steel case and a wooden strap, and it comes with time, date and alarm functions, the guys from Tokyoflash explain how it works below.
Kaidoku means to decode in Japanese but this watch needs no translation once you understand how it works. Look at the words that are flashing and read them in order to tell the time. The date can be read in exactly the same way by pressing the lower button.
Kisai Kaidoku Wood has a newly designed stainless steel case which contrasts beautifully against the 100% natural wood strap. There are three models to choose from, dark sandalwood with blue LCD, red sandalwood with green LCD and maple with a purple LCD.
The Tokyoflash is available for $109 for the next 48 hours, you can find out more information about this Geeky timepiece over at Tokyoflash at the link below, the device is available in a choice of different display colors and wood finishes.
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