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.
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.
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.
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.
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)
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.