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Tokyoflash Optical illusion LED watch

Posted by John Kilhefner Categories: Wearables, Design, Misc. Tech

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New from Design Studios is a watch that will test your vision and make you look sophisticated at the same time. It’s so ‘00s to tell someone who struggles to read an analog clock that they can’t tell time, but with this tricky digital watch you can pretty much call anyone out. Hiding in plain sight within a green and black optical illusion, the time can be revealed to the less perceptive eye with the touch of a button. But don’t tell anyone the secret when they ask you for the time in the mall. Who knew that being nice to someone who doesn’t have a watch could be so much fun?

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Tokyoflash Independent ITX21-5132 watch

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Accessories, Wearables, Design

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We are fans of watches, mostly because they “get” the tech lifestyle, and you can see it embodied in their work. We think they’ve gone aboev and beyond with their latest Independent collection, which featured four uniquely stylish watches. However, to us, the Independent ITX21-5132 is just downright awesome. The design features a sphere cut crystal glass face, stainless steel band, and even has a hidden LCD digital display underneath the analog dial.

It’s a limited run, so if you want it, you have to act quickly, as stock will go fast. The Independent ITX21-5132 sell for $269.07.

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TokyoFlash Juke Tower MP3 Player

Juke TowerIt’s been a while since we have heard from TokyoFlash and it seems that they have expanded their product range beyond their strangely cool line of watches. Their Juke Tower is a waterproof MP3 player that features a red LED digital clock, volume and track skip control buttons and a built-in downward facing speaker. Available in black or white, the player needs a USB memory stick with music and 3 AA batteries that will offer about 12 hours of play. At a size of 18.3 x 7.8cm, the Juke Tower is available for $135.44. Enter the coupon code “KM63” for a ¥600 discount (~$6.00.)

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Kisai Tenmetsu Watch

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Wearables, Misc. Tech

Tenmetsu WatchToykoflash has a new watch for the holidays. The Tenmetsu, the second in their Kisai series, is made of aluminum with an LED animation mode. At a 220mm maximum wrist size, red, green and amber lights display hours, minutes, month and date. Fortunately, the instructions for the water resistant watch come in both Japanese and English. Get yours for $257.32 in either black or silver with worldwide free shipping.

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TokyoFlash To Give Away Watches, NES DSis

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Design, Misc. Tech, Videos

TibidaTokyoFlash, of the unique timepieces, has all kinds of kewl things going on this week. They are giving away a Limited Edition Midnight Tibida everyday for a given period. They are offering a ¥1000 ($10.00) off any watch, also for a finite time, if you enter the coupon code HA26 during checkout. Best of all they are giving away 3 Nintendo DSis. The Tibida works like the others with LEDs displaying the hours, minutes, and 5 minute progression, and is available for ¥14,900 ($151.16.)

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Tokyoflash Galaxy Watch

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Wearables, Misc. Tech

Galaxy WatchTokyoflash has another new and confusing timepiece. The Galaxy works by one touch, which starts animation and then displays the time on digital tube LEDs. The 12 yellow bars are the hours, the 11 red bars are groups of 5 minutes, and the 4 green bars represent each minute. Press the lower button and forgo the animation. Available in silver, the Galaxy carries a price of ¥13,900 (~$132.85.) We have been telling you about Tokyoflash’s watches for so long that we think we almost have the hang of it.

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Unboxing Live 037: TokyoFlash Pimpin Ain’t Easy watch

If there’s one thing we like about Japan, it’s how their wicked cool technology meshes with their interesting pop culture preferences. We think the Pimpin Ain’t Easy watch from TokyoFlash fits into that category. In fact, just about every TokyoFlash watch meets that criteria. They go out of their way to come up with some of the most interesting ways of telling time that we’ve seen. In this episode, we give you the rundown on the Pimpin Ain’t Easy watch. It features 72 lights, which make it nice and bright. The time is read by reading the hours on the left hand side, and the minutes on the right. It takes a little getting used to, but it’s definitely an attention-grabber.


Tibida, For Binary Clock Watchers

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Design, Misc. Tech

Tibida WatchTokyoflash has alerted us to the most recent of its watches with the Tibida. It has 42 white LEDs and tells time by hour, minute, or binary. The lower display shows the hours, while the upper displays the minutes, and you count each individual LED as a progression of 5 minutes. Choose between red, blue, or black face in stainless steel or black case with orange face. The watch is available through the February 5 for 12,900 JPY ($122.00,) with free shipping included.

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Geomesh Watch Makes You Count

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Household, Misc. Tech

Geomesh WatchTokyoFlash’s latest bizarro watch, the Geomesh, has arrived. At least this one is simpler than most of their products, although it requires some elementary math skills. Count the hours by the vertical lines and minutes by the horizontal ones. The watch comes in a brushed, mirrored Gunmetal finish with your choice of blue, white or multi-color LEDs. The Geomesh is available for ¥13,900 ($122.00.) While you are visiting the site, take a peek at their preview page with other unique timepieces that will soon be available.

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Tokyoflash Remakes Classic Watches

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Design, Hot Deals, Misc. Tech

Pimp Revolution

Tokyoflash has pimped some of their most popular classic watches. The Star Performer at ¥19,800 (~$173.00) now comes in white or blue LED and their IP at ¥21,900 (~$191.00) is black with white, orange, blue or multi-color LED. Their PU/leather strap is also available again for ¥17,900 (~$156.00) with a black body and either orange or blue LED, while the all metal version features a blue LED. You also get a ¥1000 (~$9.00) discount if you order before the end of the month (“AUGU7” in the coupon code box) and if your purchase is over ¥10,000 (~$87.00,) you qualify for free shipping.

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