Tokyoflash has just announced another weird watch for the mass called Kisai Zone. Taking the ordinary shape of a metallic men wrist watch with extraordinary and complicated mechanism for showing time. You know, if you’ve been reading here for awhile, you’ll know how unique and strange Tokyoflash watches are. Although I’m pretty amazed by them, but I think it’s just making simple thing over-complicated.
But if you are a geek who love complicated stuff, Tokyoflash watch is the best choice for you to show your geeky side with style. Kisai Zone idea is to let user read time using the honeycomb style hexagonal number display. There are seven hexagonal blocks displayed on the always-on LCD face. Two at top show hours, two middle hexagonals for minutes, and two lower hexagonals for seconds. One hexagonal which has been placed on the middle right will show you the tick in unique style.
Check out the following video for demo:
Tokyoflash is offering this Kisai Zone wristwatch for $99 as the introductory price. But it’s a two-day deal (today is the last day). When the deal has expired, the price will jump to $139. If you are interested, you can get it now at Tokyoflash.com.