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Tokyo Flash, the Japanese watchmaker with a flair for optical extravagance, has just released its newest user submitted design—the Kisai Online.
Japanese watchmaker Kisai has just released its newest user-designed timepiece. It may not be as famous (yet) as a certain other Uzumaki but it's certainly just as awesome.
I'll admit it, it's been nearly a month since I covered the Kisai Optical Illusion watch and I still can't read the damn thing (it's a schooner, I'm told). But Kisai's latest user-submitted design is actually quite easy to interpret—hint: it isn't Morse code.
You know what I hate? Glancing at my watch and actually reading the correct time. Thankfully, Kisai's new watch forces me to read it like I would a 1990's optical illusion poster.
It's been forever since I've worn a watch—There's no need with a phone in my pocket. But the swanky Kisai Rogue Touch is cool enough for me to start again—maybe buy a three-piece suit so I'll have a vest pocket to carry it in.
No, it won't make time go faster, but telling time with a series of connected LED-illuminated blocks does make counting the minutes a bit more enjoyable.
Tokyo Flash's back with the crazy watch concepts, this time with something that alcoholics should probably consider: a breathalyzer watch. It tells the time, sure, but more importantly gives you a blood alcohol reading so you know your true drunkenness.