You Don't Need To Be a Cryptologist To Read Tokyo Flash's Latest Watch

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.

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The minutes are displayed digitally in the center of the screen, surrounded by blocks that are roughly in the same position as the hours on a traditional analog clock face. But if you like feeling like a member of the CIA's code-cracking team, the $139 (available at launch for $99) Kisai Logo also has a binary mode which requires you to distinguish and count a display full of seemingly random blocks to translate the time. If you're up for the challenge, the watch is available now in black, blue, or white finishes.

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[Tokyo Flash via Engadget]

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Neato! But I'll stick with my wind-up skeleton watch, thanks. Although, why you'd make a watch full binary instead of BCD is beyond me. Who has time to count all those blocks?