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Tokyoflash Radio Active Watch Giveaway!

Tokyoflash Radio Active Watch Giveaway!

The Sleek Audio and Plantronics Giveaways may be closed to new entries - we'll be announcing the winners later on today - but that doesn't mean there are no more opportunities to win prizes.  Tokyoflash have given us a piece of history from their watch museum, in the shape of the classic Radio Active Active Reactor.  No longer available to buy, we're giving one reader the opportunity to win what's perhaps the most iconic timepiece Tokyoflash have produced.  In addition, a further two people will win their choice of watch from the current Tokyoflash collection.

Find out how to enter after the cut!

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Tokyoflash stainless steel S-Mode Oberon watch

Tokyoflash stainless steel S-Mode Oberon watch

Despite the fact that they're, generally, frustratingly difficult to tell the time from, I do have a soft spot for Tokyoflash watches. One of the company's more recent designs, the Oberon, has been diving in and out of stock for a while now, but they're celebrating a return to availability with the launch of a new, stainless steel variant. The S-Mode Oberon SS uses three rings of blue LEDs to indicate date and time.

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TokyoFlash Tibida not for the faint of heart, but for those 10 types of people

TokyoFlash Tibida not for the faint of heart, but for those 10 types of people

Please excuse my cheesy little binary joke, but this watch will work with both types of people, those that can read binary and those that can’t as the 42-LED array is arranged in such a way that you can choose to tell time in binary or other methods. Those other methods include hour centric or minute centric, basically the watch will print out the number of the minute or the hour kind of like your old high school’s score board.

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Tokyoflash Morse Code Watch Annoying As Hell

Tokyoflash Morse Code Watch Annoying As Hell

Sure, Tokyoflash has put out some moderately annoying, and hard to tell time timepieces before, but I really think this one takes the cake. Sure the picture of the Morse Code Watch shows the time rather straightforwardly, but don’t let that confuse you.

Its true mission is to give you a brain aneurysm while trying to figure out the time. Apparently there are three different “code” modes, one of which is Morse, the other two, I have yet to find an article or retailer even hinting as to what they are other than to say you probably need secret service training from somewhere to figure them out.

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1000100101 Time Watch By Tokyoflash

1000100101 Time Watch By Tokyoflash

If you like weird, eccentric, and cryptic time displays then you'll salivate over the 1000100101 by none other than Tokyoflash. This 1960 classic accessory is absolute Bond and it knows what to do best; confuse your friends. It's straight out of a Star Trek episode with lights flashing and countless patterns that display the time. As far as durability, it's top of the line featuring a metal panel and carbon fiber style strap to weather the elements.

It passes the cool factor test but it lacks additional features which would, of course, require a screen. The standard features include AM & PM, month, date, and day of the week. In addition, buyers might like the automatic light-up feature which is set at 15 minutes. You can also select pre-programmed light patterns to impress your friends or contact outer space if you have that capability.

Price: $85.22 (approx. ¥9800)

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Tokyoflash Retrofit Watch

Tokyoflash Retrofit Watch

Time and tide waits for no man, they say.  Well, I can't help you with the tide - ever since my grandmother was swallowed practically whole by some quicksand during a holiday on the East coast of Scotland I've been petrified of the sea - but time, yes, I am your wristwatch saviour.

Run, don't walk, to Tokyoflash and snap up this chunkily gorgeous retro-styled timepiece.  Slick with bargain juice at a paltry $128, it's a great two-fingered salute to the drably predictable "waterproof to 100m" multi-dial divers' watches men are supposed to like.

Retrofit Product Page [Tokyoflash]

Toshiba 128GB flash perfect for updated iPad & iPhone 4

Toshiba 128GB flash perfect for updated iPad & iPhone 4

One minor surprise at the Apple iPhone 4 launch earlier this month was the storage on offer from the new smartphone.  The absence of a 64GB iPhone 4 raised a few eyebrows, especially given Toshiba had already revealed a 64GB NAND chip back in December 2009; now Toshiba has followed up with a 128GB NAND flash memory module, the biggest embedded chip in the industry and seemingly ideal for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

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