For those of you have been playing at home, you probably realized that a giveaway was coming up when you saw the review of the TokyoFlash Keisan. This is one of their easier-to-read watches, and could make for an interesting conversation piece at your family Thanksgiving dinner, for sure.
To enter, as before, just follow the instructions in the widget below – good luck!
Our thanks go out to TokyoFlash for sponsoring this giveaway, and the prior two.
16 thoughts on “TokyoFlash Keisan Giveaway”
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I defiantly prefer more traditional. Although these are just fun. And good for the mind.
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Sweet! I’d love to get this for a surprise gift (=
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Hi.. Patrick nice giveaway 🙂 i just completed all the entries. this is a good watch i would like to win this.
count me in giveaway participants 🙂
hope to win
I would love to win this watch. It’s definitely not like any other watch I own. While I typically prefer traditional displays, this is something I could sport to spark a conversation.
I bought a Tokyo Flash watch several years back and to my chagrin found it to be the only watch that regularly drew comments from people that didn’t care about watches,
I own a TokyoFlash watch and it’s completely incomprehensible. Cool, but incomprehensible.
I have always viewed most things, including watchmaking, as a series of beneficial innovations. The new and unique is exciting to me. If all anyone wanted out of a watch was readability then we’d all be walking around with digital Casios strapped to our wrists. Fortunately, there is more to a timepiece than that. Is the Keisan a bit gimmicky? Maybe. But it’s new, and it’s interesting, and that’s more than enough for it to deserve some respect and recognition.
I prefer traditional watches but these do have their place (especially if its on my wrist after this contest!)
Interesting display. I like unusual watches with different displays than the typical analogue dials, but they ought to be legible. Tokyo Flash watches are cool, but I feel like I need an owner’s manual to decipher them.
I’m a watch nut, whether it’s a traditional chronograph or something different like this watch. At any rate, a free watch is definitely good!