TokyoFlash Is A Little Wooden These Days

September 10, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

  In quite a few of their designs, I’d say TokyoFlash is comfortably retro-futuristic. In that their designs, while futuristic in some respects, seem to have some cues that pull from the past. Their latest fuses their LCD design with a wooden case – and wood plus LCD just reminds me of something from the…

TokyoFlash Spins You Right Round

August 30, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

  No, no, not like a record, like a propeller.  At least, that’s what I think they’re getting at with their new Blade watch (no, this watch will not turn you into a daywalker either).  The Blade is through and through an aviation-inspired piece, something ala the Perrelet Turbine.  For the bargain-hunter, though, this watch…

Anniversary Giveaway (Reminder): TokyoFlash Optical Illusion

August 23, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

  Just a quick reminder that you still have a few days to enter in the giveaway for a ToykoFlash Optical Illusion.

Anniversary Giveaway: TokyoFlash Optical Illusion

August 19, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

  It’s hard to believe, but my first post showed up on WristWatchReview two years ago now (here it is, for the curious).  Two years, 840+ posts later, and I think it’s time for a celebration.  

TokyoFlash Goes To The Retro Future

May 4, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

  What else would you call it with these new models that pair the quirky Rogue and Stencil with wooden cases (ala Sprout or Tense?) with wooden cases and (for the Rogue) a wooden bracelet?

Introducing the Kisai Oto

February 12, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

  Do you love your ThinkGeek Equalizer t-shirt, but wish you could wear it more frequently?  Then, friend, TokyoFlash has quite an alternative to offer you.

Introducing the TokyoFlash Adjust

January 24, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

  It seems to me that TokyoFlash’s frantic release schedule has slowed down a bit.  Even if it has, they’re still turning out some of the most unique designs available for digital pieces  – and their latest release is no exception to that rule.