Another day, another dollar. And also, a sweet new watch from Tokyoflash. The Ni is Tokyoflash's latest wristwear, straight from the streets of Japan (but not the subway -- no groping here folks).
Made entirely from stainless steel with a polished finish, Ni features crisp horizontal grooves on the face and strap giving the design a continuous appearance. The tapered edges where the case meets the strap ensure a neat finish.
Each LED on the lowest line indicates two hours, the line above indicates a single hour, a combination presenting the current hour. Groups of 10 minutes are presented on the centre line and single minutes on the upper two lines. The date can be read in a similar manner with second touch of the upper button.
Simple enough. The Ni is available now and sells for about $144. You can get it with blue, white, or multi-colored LEDs. Personally, I'm digging the blue. And also, a tunnel to China. I'm gonna ride in a rickshaw!
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