You’ve got to love Tokyoflash watches for their unique designs and extremely confusing ways to tell the time, and this model is no different. The Tokyoflash watch named Kisai Kaidoku was a design that was submitted last year by Canadian Tynan Mayhew, but it is now available as we’re guessing Tokyoflash liked what they saw and decided to turn it into reality, which is something they have done in the past.
The watch will feature an LCD screen, as featured on some of Tokyoflash’s newer watches, and instead of numbers or weird dots, the way to tell the time on the Kisai Kaidoku would be to literally read it off the watch. The “numbers” are actually written out as you can see in the photo above, and to tell the time, you would just need to look out for the “numbers” that have not been lighted up and that is blinking.
It comes in a variety of colors and it is available for $119 at Tokyoflash’s website, although according to their website, the price could increase $20 in the next two days as the current price is probably just an introductory rate. Check out the video below for a demonstration of the watch in action.
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