Drunk driving is obviously super dumb, but it can sometimes be difficult to tell what kind of effect a beer has had on your body. Fortunately, Tokyoflash's latest watch straps a breathalyzer to your wrist so you can keep a check on things.
With increasingly complex designs, Tokyo Flash continues to cement itself as the go-to watch maker for collectors who don't need to actually tell the time. But its new Kisai Logo model breaks the mould with an LCD display that's fairly straightforward to interpret.
Tokyo Flash, the Japanese watchmaker which loves to make hard-to-read timepieces, has just launched its latest model: the Zone, which tells the time in hexagons.
Laptops gets stolen, hard drives fail, and thumb drives disapparate with unrelenting regularity. But with the Kisai Upload, you can keep your most precious power point presentations (read: porn) safely strapped to your wrist.
Tokyo Flash, the Japanese watchmaker with a flair for optical extravagance, has just released its newest user submitted design—the Kisai Online.
I hate everything about time. Being on time, looking at time, adhering to time. EVERYTHING. My hate for time is a big reason why I never wear watches because then, I would be handcuffed by time. AND WHO WANTS THAT. I'm a free spirit! Don't change me world! Or I can just wear this Kisai On Air Watch that looks more…
Tokyo Flash has turned another watch from concept to reality, and this one's 3D! Well, kind of. Using an optical illusion rather than the kind of 3D we normally see on Giz's pages, the time appears to leap out in a 3D cube.
In the usual Tokyo Flash style, if you love this watch that much, they'll make it. Called The Right Angle, it actually has a mini/micro USB port for connecting a USB cable, and transferring data to and from.
It appears a lot of people must've liked the 14-year-old Canadian's design for the Tokyo Flash competition, because the Japanese company has turned it into a real watch that you can actually purchase for $119.
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.
What do you do when the timepieces available to you are a little blah? If you're Olivier Demangel, you skip the store, open a mental wormhole to the future, and create your own—it packs USB storage, music, Bluetooth, and oh yeah, a clock.
You lucky things, Tokyo Flash has released three new watches today. And they're dirt cheap! That's because they're made from plastic, as opposed to the aluminum/stainless steel/leather they're usually created from.
Enough people voted on this "Kisai RPM" concept watch submitted to Tokyo Flash by Brit James Fursedon, that the Japanese company is making it a reality. There's even better news—it's on sale now!
When there are so many actual Tron accessories that demand contempt, is it so much to ask for these kickass concept watches to become real? Fortunately, this time it's within our power to make these happen. Solidarity, people. Here's how.
Can you tell what time it is on this watch? No? Stare harder. It' 5:36, told to your eyes by way of a clever optical illusion.
There are just 26 days left for people to vote on whether the Night Vision concept watch should be put into production. I vote YES, if only because it's their easiest-reading yet. Don't believe me? Check it out:
Despite the maker describing it as a "Horological Machine" and the thing looking like a miniature airplane that the dog got at, the MB&F HM4 Thunderbird is for telling the time with. It is a watch.