Tokyoflash once again proves that if telling time is not your number one priority when it comes to designing a watch, you’ll never have to worry about running out of new ideas. However this time around things aren’t as confusing, as long as you’re willing to do a little math. The watch features 4 raised convex bubbles that can each display the numbers 0 to 9, and in order to tell the current time you just hit the single button on the side and add up the numbers that are displayed in each column. Otherwise the watch just runs a little animation where the LED numbers move in a sweeping animation from side to side, “bringing the watch to life.”
The Kisai Keisan’s also got a high grade aluminum band and body with a polished alumite coating giving it that smooth appearance, an energy saving mode to boost the battery life and is water resistant to 3 ATM. It’s currently available from the Tokyoflash website with a black (red or green LEDs) or silver (yellow or orange LEDs) finish for $255.01 each.
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