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.

The watch is pretty much unchanged from it’s initial version, in terms of functionality.  It’s got a battery that’s rechargeable via USB, it tells you the time, and you can get some nifty animations at night (for the full run-down on things, check out the original post).


In this new iteration, though, gone away is the wood (and woodgrain).  Instead, you get sleek acetate, in the oh-so-futuristic shiny white (seriously – most cheesy scifi films I remember from growing up had rooms made entirely of shiny white surfaces).

Intended or not, this manages to give the watch a much sleeker look, and seems like it makes things a bit more compact.  For those looking to pick up a white-cased watch for the summer, this might be a fun one to play around with.  Move fast, as for the next 12 hours or so, you can pick it up (here) at the introductory price of $99 (after which, I assume it’s going to go up to $129).


Watch Overview

  • Brand & Model: TokyoFlash Kisai Console Acetate
  • Price: $99 (introductory; going up to $129)
  • Who we think it might be for: Someone who fashions themselves as a scifi-loving hipster
  • Would I buy one for myself based on what I’ve seen?: While I’ve been known to watch many a starship console on the screen, the white finish on this one makes it a no-go for me
  • If I could make one design suggestion, it would be: I’m glad to see the woodtone swapped out for some more variety – perhaps a darker (or more colorful) acetate finish would be nice
  • What spoke to me the most about this watch: The watch dial that’s straight out of ST:TNG


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