It seems that nobody wants to adorn their wrists with simple looking watches anymore. The market is flooded with all sorts of weird looking watches out of which these LED watches have become a real craze with tech-savvy people. This new uniquely styled watch called Bingo from Eleeno is available at Japanese online store Tokyoflash. Although the watch would generate great interest in Bingo players but otherwise also it’s quite catchy. Telling time is deceptively simple (doesn’t look like though). The outer dot is for hours and the inner one is for minutes. It comes with a one year warranty and is water resistant. Go Bingo…!
This is the latest world’s smallest LED wristwatch by Tokyoflash in their view. The watch is called Retsu and is from Saishin. The watch is very light of 40 grams and is about 8mm thin.It is available in two (green and blue) colors. The watch is typical Tokyoflash product with its looks and style. It is amazingly simple to read, the lights race up to the digit then trail off leaving one light reconfirming the number. This is repeated for each digit to tell the time.
I cannot believe that this is a Tokyoflash make. Watch appears to be very simple to read time that when I saw it first I was still searching for some complications. This is the latest LED timepiece by XiMax that is chic and ready for any occasion. It displays digital time of 12hr or 24hr. It measures 45mm x 30mm x 11mm and weight 60 grams. Colored in black will cost you Rs.7900 (approx. $69).
People do not have time to look at their wrist to read time and who would like to waste their precious in calculating that how much late are they to office. Sometimes I wonder that will Tokyoflash ever make any simple and elegant watch. However, I tried hard to understand the working of the watch but could not understand it so well, to make you understand. Therefore, I used this image to explain you the working of Biohazard by Tokyoflash. You can waste $137.50 and bring a complicated watch home. Biohazard is made from solid stainless steel, has LCD display and you can read date and time on it. By the way, you can play hard on your wrist with Biohazard.
Be stylish with this uniquely designed impractical wristwatch. You can wear Shinshoku as a bracelet or as a wristwatch, it will serve both purposes. This strap of latest Tokyoflash wristwatch is made of stainless steel that wraps around your wrist with a matrix of punched out holes. The time is indicated by the multi-color 29 super bright LED’s that shine through holes in the metal mesh wristband. This entirely new time-telling system is very complicated as time reading is not that easy and believe me no one will ever ask you to borrow this amazing wristwatch. But still let us try to read the time. It goes as: On the multi-color LED model the red lights (12) indicate the hour, the green (3) indicate 15 minutes each & the Yellow (14) are 1 minute each. Uhhh! Didn’t get anything! Did you? But still if you still want to go for it, there are three models available. It is also available in All-Red & All-Green LED. Moreover the strap is adjustable at home and can fit up to a 9inch wrist (23cm). For convenience instructions are given in English and Japanese and water resistant up to 3ATM.
TokyoFlash once again brings beautiful and unusual timepieces. The WebTime Elite wristwatch from EleeNo indicates time by intersecting polygons with numbers and markings. However, wristwatches are beautiful but telling time seems bit confusing. To know time you have to determine where that colored line in the triangular top window intersects with the numerals. That gives the hours, and then you do the same with the half circle-shaped window on the bottom to determine the minutes. This is an updated version of their WebTime watch, which tells the time using overlapping polygons. The watch is made out of stainless steel with resin inlays and its hidden butterfly clasp looks cool and gives instructions in English & Japanese, super 2035 movement and 4-year battery life. It comes in blue and orange and it’s yours for about $123.
Tokyoflash always brings with unique and solidly built watches. Here is the Equalizer BPM watch from Tokyoflash. This latest timepiece acquires a different approach. The Equalizer BPM watch features LED flashlight and allows you to find out beats per minute. You just tap the D button in synch to whatever you want. After five taps, the watch will start displaying BPMs. And if you keep tapping, the watch will automatically average out your last 5 taps. The watch has a fine brushed metal look and retails for 7,900 yen (~$65).
Japanese watch shop TokyoFlash unveils yet another cool watch that’s different enough to stand out and still easily read. This cool watch Zero-G by Futara is super slim watch and comes in Black and Silver. Black looks more sexier. It has LCD display with ‘arm’ that points to the hour just like a normal watch and the sweeping curve ends at the minute mark, indicating the minutes also in a normal style. The super-slim Zero-G weighs just 60g and has a 1.5mm thick svelte strap that is hardly more than a Dime. It will cost you 9800 yen ($80) so, pick up one of each color.
Japanese watch shop TokyoFlash unveils yet another cool watch that’s different enough to stand out and still easily read. This cool watch Zero-G by Futara is super slim watch and comes in Black and Silver. Black looks more sexier. It has LCD display with ‘arm’ that points to the hour just like a normal watch and the sweeping curve ends at the minute mark, indicating the minutes also in a normal style. The super-slim Zero-G weighs just 60g and has a 1.5mm thick svelte strap that is hardly more than a Dime. It will cost you 9800 yen ($80) so, pick up one of each color. Source