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GIVEAWAY: Win A TokyoFlash Watch!

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So, have our recent reviews and posts on the various TokyoFlash models whetted your appetite to add something a little more unique to your collection?  Then this, friends, is your lucky day!

The fine folks at TokyoFlash are going to allow one lucky person to pick any model they want from their collection.  And what do you need to do?  Just comment on this post, stating which watch you’d like to win.  That’s all.  On March 8th, we’ll pick the winner, and shortly after that, the watch will be on its way to you.

Good luck!

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46 COMMENTS

  1. OMG! So many unique pieces to choose from.. The one that initially drew me in because I was so intrigued was the Kisai Optical Illusion LCD (Black + Green). Thanks!

  2. Would really like the Rogue touch pocket watch, but they don’t seem to make those anymore. Would love a Rogue Touch Blue. Thanks!

  3. I would love the Kaisai Rogue Touch (Blue). Interesting watch, was hoping it had a graphite version though.

  4. “Kisai on air acetate” with a green screen is what I choose, btw everyone the code VSTF will get u $10 off any purchase there (thank vsauce).

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