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TokyoFlash Introduces the On Air Acetate

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Looks like the folks over at TokyoFlash just brought another model to market – the On Air Acetate.

 A minimal design with an intuitive display, Kisai On Air Acetate is available in white or navy blue. Featuring a colored LCD display with touch screen technology, the watch has time, date, alarm, LED backlighting for night time and an animation feature.

“Acetate is a special material used in the production of high end sunglasses and fashion accessories. Manufactured in the same way as stainless steel, each part of the watch including each link that makes up the strap has been carefully hand cut, machined and polished before assembly.”

Kisai On Air Acetate is available at a 48 hour limited time release price of $139 (€103, £87) including free shipping until Saturday March 31st at 11:00am (Japan time). The regular price will be $159 (€118, £99).

To me, it looks like it’s ready for the warm weather, and seems to be an eminently readable design.  If you want to get one, make sure you order before the discounted price is up at the end of the month.

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