Today, we’re taking a look at the TokyoFlash Japan Kisai Online Wood.
Another day, and it is time for another watch deal roundup. Today, we have quite a mix of offerings on tap, from retro-futuristic watches, to lume-tastic dials, and even some custom watch straps. Read on to get the scoop!
If you have read the site for a while, you should be aware of TokyoFlash Japan, a watch maker that specialized in… alternative displays built into digital watches. We have reviewed a number of their watches to date, and they just reached out to us for a launch deal on the new TokyoFlash Japan Kisai Kaidoku Wood. Through around 7:00 Pacific on July 30, you can get this watch for the introductory price of $109 (I don’t know what it goes up to after that).
While some of the offerings from TokyoFlash have been exercises in relearning to tell time, some of their more recent releases have been much easier to read. Their latest, the TokyoFlash Kisai Sequence, is definitely in that easier-to-read camp.
Hey, remember back in November when we told you about the Kisai Console from TokyoFlash? In that post, I talked about how the watch was a perfect mashup of Seventies woodgrain and SciFi conventions on displays. Well, they went back to the drawing board, and instead, we’ve now got a full on future watch.
TokyoFlash recently released another watch in their expanding lineup of wood-encased (and braceleted) watches. This latest one, the Space Digits Wood, really further underscores the the Seventies Retro-Future vibe. This first and foremost comes from the console-style case, and it’s further underscored by the LCD display.
It’s that time of the year where there are all manner of parties occurring, with plenty of libations flowing. While I’m sure our readers quite know to stay away from the wheel of a car after those parties, there’s nothing wrong with trying to quantify how bad of an idea driving would be, right?…