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TokyoFlash Quasar LCD Watch

TokyoFlash Quasar LCD Watch

The Kisai Quasar has a deceptively easy to read display. Despite the geometric patterns covering its face, its digits are actually hiding in plain sight at the center of its hexagonal quadrants. It offers date, stopwatch, and alarm functions, along with electroluminescent backlighting, and 12-hour and 24-hour modes.

Carbon Fiber Blade Watch

Carbon Fiber Blade Watch

TokyoFlash’s futuristic looking timepiece features real carbon fiber components, and a sculpted display that looks like turbine fan blades. Time is indicated via animated LED tubes, which operate in two different display modes. Available with red, blue, or green LEDs.

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Tokyoflash Pressure Gauge Watch

Tokyoflash Pressure Gauge Watch

Tokyoflash’s latest unusual watch is inspired by an air pressure gauge. It may look like a straightforward timepiece, but its inner gauge has no practical function. Instead, the watch’s hand moves three times to point to the outer gauge and indicate the time.

TokyoFlash Train Line Watch

TokyoFlash Train Line Watch

A unique modern timepiece inspired by the dot-matrix sign boards that appear on train platforms around Tokyo. It features a backlit LCD panel which displays the time and simulated train arrival information. Choose from Shinjuku, Fujisawa, or Machida stations.

TokyoFlash Radar LED Watch

TokyoFlash Radar LED Watch

This striking high tech watch from Japan’s TokyoFlash features an animated LED display which looks like the sweeping indicator of a circular radar screen. Has a sleek stainless steel case, and recharges via USB.

Blade Wood Link Watch

Blade Wood Link Watch

This sweet TokyoFlash watch melds wood with modern tech. Hidden behind its dark sandalwood face are LED hands in blue, red or green. Also has vibrating smartphone alerts via Bluetooth. Special release price good through 7/1/15.

Kisai Xtal Wood LED Watch

Kisai Xtal Wood LED Watch

TokyoFlash’s handsome limited-edition watches combine wood cases and bands with retrofuturist LED displays. Despite looking cryptic, the digits are actually quite easy to read. Available in several LED colors and dark or light wood.

Tokyoflash Kisai Blade Watch

Tokyoflash Kisai Blade Watch

The Blade resembles the turbine on a jet engine (although its initial form was more wheel-like). Its LEDs show the time in two ways, and it also can animate like a fan blade. Available in black, gold and silver and with blue, green or red LEDs.

Tokyoflash Kisai Neutron Watch

Tokyoflash Kisai Neutron Watch

The Neutron is relatively easy to read, but its as flashy as most Kisai watches. It has a badass steel grill face and an LED display that curves around the wrist. You can set it to display the time when you flick your wrist.

Giveaway: TokyoFlash Watch

Giveaway: TokyoFlash Watch

TokyoFlash Japan are offering one lucky Awesomer reader a chance to win the watch of their choice, like the cool new Kisai Zone. Fill out the entry form for a chance to win. (Ends 12:01am EDT, 9/26/12)

Giveaway: TokyoFlash Watch

Giveaway: TokyoFlash Watch

Our pals at TokyoFlash Japan are offering one lucky Awesomer reader a chance to win the cool digital watch of their choice. Fill out the entry form for a chance to win. (Ends 12:01am EDT, 4/17/12)

Tokyoflash LCD Pocket Watch

Tokyoflash LCD Pocket Watch

A watch for dapper geeks, the Kisai Rogue Pocket Watch has an LED-backlit LCD touchscreen and secondary time zone, date and alarm functions. Available in four colors, all of them difficult to read.

Giveaway: TokyoFlash Watch

Giveaway: TokyoFlash Watch

Want this Rogue Touch watch? One winner gets it – or any other in-stock watch from TokyoFlash Japan. To enter, email [email protected] with a link to the watch you want. (Contest has ended.)

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How Drunk are You?

How Drunk are You?

Tokyoflash is known for their outlandish and unusual digital watch designs. Their latest concept is the Kisai “How Drunk are You“, which would not only tell time, but your blood alcohol content.

Tokyoflash Traffic Watch

Tokyoflash Traffic Watch

Not to be confused with their Changing Lanes watch, the latest from Japan’s Tokyoflash, the Kisai Traffic tells time using bright blue, orange and green LED lines that look like roads.

Tokyoflash Changing Lanes

Tokyoflash Changing Lanes

The Kisai Changing Lanes watch tells time using an LED display which uses lanes of “traffic” to indicate hours, minutes and three minute intervals. We got stuck in the left lane behind an old guy in a Buick.

Tokyoflash Sensha Concept Watch

Tokyoflash Sensha Concept Watch

The latest concept from Tokyoflash features a stainless case, and a display that tells time with light-up rings which indicate hours, minutes and 5 minute intervals. Vote for it and it could get real.

Tokyoflash Kisai Broke Watch

Tokyoflash Kisai Broke Watch

The Tokyoflash Kisai Broke watch features a fragmented LED display that mimics a stained glass pattern, making it a… very interesting timepiece. The quirky watch can be recharged via USB.

USB Memory Watch

USB Memory Watch

Tokyoflash has made a concept LED timepiece with integrated USB flash memory for data storage. Just connect the hidden USB key on the strap to the port on your computer to grab your data.

Tokyoflash Instant Trend Watch

Tokyoflash Instant Trend Watch

Tokyoflash continue to astound with their watch designs. If produced, the Instant Trend would have a dot-matrix display that pairs with your phone to view tweets and facebook notifications.

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Concept: E-Clock

Concept: E-Clock

After a long hiatus, Tokyoflash is back with a slew of watch concepts; our favorite is the E-Clock, which melds flexible e-paper technology and readability with minimalist sci-fi design.

Tokyoflash Heko Watch

Tokyoflash Heko Watch

Tokyoflash continues to ply the minimalist and esoteric oceans with the Heko Watch; three rows of LEDs (one visible, two hidden) are all that mar its otherwise smooth stainless steel face.

Tokyoflash Kisai Keisan

Tokyoflash Kisai Keisan

Tokyoflash’s Kisai Keisan is one their most stylish watches to date; four columns of convex-shaped tubes display a matrix-like wash of LED numbers on, but look equally hot turned off.

Tokyoflash R75 Watch

Tokyoflash R75 Watch

Tokyoflash wasted no time ringing in the new year: their bling’d out R75 watch sports LED dots but is surprisingly straightforward: the bottom half simply shows LCD-style numerals.

Tokyoflash Waku Watch

Tokyoflash Waku Watch

Tokyoflash’s Waku watch is a step away from their metal/plastic designs, but is no less cryptic or minimalist; the leather strap extends onto the face, which hides 15 multicolored LEDs.

Kisai Tenmetsu Watch

Kisai Tenmetsu Watch

The folks at Tokyoflash been busy lately; hot on the heels of the NI is the Kisai Tenmetsu. Resembling a flashing traffic light, each color represents different units of time.

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