The Kisai Denshoku (Illumination) is an all new watch design available from Tokyoflash. With the push of a button the 12 bars light up in a three-part sequence to tell the time. First hours, then 10-minute blocks, then individual minutes. So simple even undersirable Geekologie commentors can do it (and then, God willing, die). The watch is available now for $247 and available in both black and gary. Did I say gary? I meant gray. I would hope it's not available in gary, although I did lose a watch in a Samantha once.
Hit the jump to see it in gray, then buy one.
I know what you're thinking, "holy shit, we have a new president!" And also, "damnit Geekologie Writer, hit me the latest in time-telling devices". Well you got it, son. The Kisai Keisan is the latest in Tokyoflash's wrist flasherdashery. If you can add, you can tell what t... / Continue →
The Kisai Tenmetsu is the latest in wrist bad-assery available from Tokyoflash. It's a definite departure from a lot of the other designs.
Three LEDs positioned beneath each lens allow a transition between LED colors creating a look never before seen. A continuous line runn... / Continue →
In a departure from their typically cryptic watches, Tokyoflash has just dropped a line of easier to read analog models from Nekura. That's three of the them there, but there are five in total, so hit the jump for high-res pictures of all of them. Each sells for $85, has an e... / Continue →