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Tokyoflash Kisai Escape C Bluetooth hands-free confuses

Tokyoflash Kisai Escape C Bluetooth hands-free confuses

Back in March 2009 bizarre watch manufacturer Tokyoflash asked for some consumer feedback on a potential range of Bluetooth gizmos; now we get to see the fruits of that research.  The Japanese company have unveiled the Tokyoflash Kisai Escape C, a neck-pendant Bluetooth hands-free kit with remote buttons for controlling media playback.

The Escape C has controls for play/stop, volume, track skip and an answer-call key in the center, and it also tells the time.  Like other Tokyoflash timepieces, however, you'll have to do a little deciphering in order to figure it out; it's all shown cryptically with a series of blue LEDs embedded in the fascia.

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SlashGear Tokyoflash Giveaway!

SlashGear Tokyoflash Giveaway!

It's competition time again at SlashGear, and since we've had a few US-only giveaways recently we thought we'd throw open this latest one to readers worldwide. Tokyoflash have generously offered three watches from their distinctive line-up, and the winners will get to choose which model they prefer.

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Tokyoflash Bluetooth concepts want feedback

Tokyoflash Bluetooth concepts want feedback

Tokyoflash, better known for their bizarre, frustrating and alluring watches, have announced a design competition, the first stage of which calls for critique on twelve different Bluetooth necklace designs.  Intended to link wirelessly to a cellphone and offer, at least, hands-free communication (either via an earpiece or speakerphone), the twelve concepts range from a Terrahawks-style sphere to a male/female design meant for couples.

All twelve concepts in the gallery after the cut

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Tokyoflash Giveaway: And the winners are…

Tokyoflash Giveaway: And the winners are…

SlashGear's Tokyoflash Radio Active Giveaway ended yesterday, and we now know the three winners.  Taking away first prize - a limited-availability Radio Active Active Reactor watch, no longer officially on sale - is Kathy Schreiber; our two runners-up got to pick a timepiece from the current Tokyoflash catalog.  M.J. Coward, our first runner-up, selected the Pimp Star Performer IP Black, while our second, Andrea Woodworth, chose the Nekura Progression.

Congratulations to all three winners, and thanks again to Tokyoflash for sponsoring this giveaway!...

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