Once again Tokyo Flash brings us the best of watch models by way of the Kisai DENSHOKU.
As with many of todays modern watches, telling the time appears to be quite complicated. However, it really is quite simple. The twelve orange light bars behind an acrylic screen alight under pressure of the side button. The 12 orange bars light up three times: the first time the number of hours is represented (for 7pm, 7 lights would show); the second time and ten minute intervals are shown up to five (twenty past, 2 lights would show); whilst the final time, up to nine are lit up representing the minutes (8 minutes past, 8 lights would show).
For 3.56, the light sequence would be; 3, 5, 6.
The LED lights feature an energy saving mode in order to lengthen the battery life. Made of aluminium, this rather stylish Japanese wrist watch comes with either a soft black, or silver alumite finish and comes in an equally stylish Kisai presentation box.
Tokyo Flash has this watch available for US$179.34