The Tokyoflash Kisai RPM LED golden watch by James Fursedon is a minimal timepiece that displays the time through illuminated red bars. This unusual way of telling time might take some getting used to, but it's quite a simple system once you get the hang of it. The hour is displayed by the innermost ring, just like any other timepiece and the minutes are indicated in blocks of five. On the top of the dial is also a subtle AM/PM indicator. The red time indicators blink, just like a set of music bars, which further reinforces the concept that this watch is like a sleek golden turntable.
The watch can be charged by USB and has a features that spins the lights around the display once every 15 minutes from after six to midnight.
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