The folks over at Tokyoflash have always had a vivid imagination when it comes to the different kinds of timepieces that they roll out to the masses, and more often than not, these watches are the stuff that tickles the imagination – lots. In fact, you will need plenty of brainpower to figure out some of their more obscure timepieces, and in this latest bout of releases, the Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision Wood takes center stage, being a wood watch that boasts of a hidden display.
The Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision Wood is minimal in its appearance, where it will surely lead to folks asking just where the hands on your watch lies. All that you need to do once that question has been asked is to arm yourself with a knowing smile, press a button and everything will be revealed in good time. There will be LEDs that are concealed under the wood surface which will shine through in order to tell the current time.
Reading the time is a snap, and the Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision Wood will also sport both time & date functions, in addition to being accompanied by an alarm and a light-up animation. Those who are interested will be able to pick from dark sandalwood or maple wood with blue, red or green LEDs. The asking price is a special one at $109 a pop until this Thursday May 8th at 11am, Japan time, before it increases.