The Bleeding Blade Watch Uses Sword Scars to Tell Time

By: Michael Hines - Published: Mar 20, 2011 • References: tokyoflash & walyou
The Bleeding Blade Watch is one of the most violent watches you're likely to come across. The Bleeding Blade Watch was designed by the Malaysian one-name-wonder Firdaus, the same designer who brought the world the Uzumaki Watch.

Out of all the Tokyoflash watches I have seen, both real and conceptual, the Bleeding Blade Watch is perhaps the coolest and the most confounding. The watch is adorned with "battle scars" that give this watch a badass vibe unheard of in the watch world. On the flip side, the Bleeding Blade Watch makes it incredibly hard to tell time, lighting up a bit of the front face scar and using Kanji characters to tell time. If this design could be refined to feature English numbering, I could definitely see my wrist rocking this. Stats for Samurai Watches Trending: Older & Buzzing
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