Results for "tokyo flash"

Tokyoflash Intoxicated breathalyzer watch makes your wrist judgemental

Tokyoflash Intoxicated breathalyzer watch makes your wrist judgemental

Tokyoflash is known for its unusual watches and odd displays that make you feel like you're drunk trying to decipher them, but the Tokyoflash Intoxicated is the first that actually aims to tell you how inebriated you actually are. The culmination of one of the Japanese firm's design concept rounds back in 2011, the new timepiece looks initially like just another obtuse time-telling LCD, but pop open the panel on the side and there's a tube to blow into to test your alcohol levels.

Continue Reading

Tokyoflash Kisai Online: Tilt for time

Tokyoflash Kisai Online: Tilt for time

Tokyoflash has outed its latest difficult-to-decipher watch, the Kisai Online, based on a fan design and using accelerometers to automatically make the screen a little easier to decode. The new timepiece follows the Japanese company's usual chunky design language, with a cryptic stream of lines and curves running across the fascia; tilt the watch toward you, however, and the excess lines fall away to show the time.

Continue Reading

Tokyoflash digital pocket watch adds touch to an old classic

Tokyoflash digital pocket watch adds touch to an old classic

Arch geekwatch manufacturers Tokyoflash have revealed their latest special edition, the Kisai Rogue Touch Pocket Watch, ideal for the distinguished systems engineer who prefers a Saville Row suit rather than a Star Wars t-shirt. Based on the existing Rogue Touch but trading the strap for a pop-open glass cover and a fetching chain, the digital display uses Tokyoflash's usual odd combination of chips and dots to show the time in two different timezones.

Continue Reading

Tokyoflash Kisai Seven brings concept watch to life

Tokyoflash Kisai Seven brings concept watch to life

Tokyoflash has revealed its latest unusual timepiece, the Kisai Seven, but rather than come from the oddball drawing boards of the company's Japanese designers, it's actually the handiwork of a fan. UK designer Scott Galloway turned to Tron for his initial inspiration, submitting the concentric circle design as a fan concept last year; little did he know, Tokyoflash would decide to manufacture it.

Continue Reading

Tokyoflash unveils new Kisai 3D watch

Tokyoflash unveils new Kisai 3D watch

Tokyoflash is the place to go if you are a watch wearing geek that wants an odd looking watch. The latest watch from the company is called the Kisai 3D and at first glance it looks hard to read, but it's not. The watch isn’t a particularly 3D either; it just uses an optical illusion to make the face look like a 3D box is on it.

Continue Reading

Tokyoflash Right Angle LCD Watch with USB memory is much easier to read than you think

Tokyoflash Right Angle LCD Watch with USB memory is much easier to read than you think

The watches at Tokyoflash are always really cool looking but they are often very hard to read. The latest watch to come for the purveyor or strange timepieces is called the Right Angle LCD Watch Design with USB Memory. The watch has a tall face with a LCD screen and a metal band. The left side has a USB port to connect to your computer for storing files to your watch.

Continue Reading

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10