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Tokyoflash Goes Tron With The Kisai 7


Another day, another Tokyoflash watch. The Kisai 7 is a clever, fairly cool watch that looks like something Jeff Bridges picked out of his magisterial beard in the last Tron movie. Priced at $99 for the next 30 hours, you, too, can look like a Program just looking to get out of the CPU.

How do you read it?

To demonstrate, check out the image below of the blue watch. You can clearly see the inner ring has a dark section pointing to 9 and the outer ring is pointing straight up, so the time is 9 o’clock.

The lights above & below the circles indicate 1-4 minutes. Here they are half way across so that’s 2 minutes. We already know it’s 9 o’clock, but to be exact, it’s 9:02. Like all watches from Tokyoflash, Kisai Seven easy to read once you know how.

Originally called the 7RON, this watch was originally a concept piece but came to life after Tokyoflash lovers all began clamoring for the design. Scott Galloway pitched the design last year and after a year the company pulled the entire thing together, creating something that you can wear to the next ComicCon.

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