The Kisai Blade Watch Has LED Hands and is USB-Powered

By: Alyson Wyers - Published: Sep 6, 2013 • References: tokyoflash & fancy
The Kisai blade watch resembles a futuristic sundial. From Tokyoflash, the aviation-themed timepiece has LED hands and was inspired by automobiles. The turbine style watch rotates like a propeller to tell time. The watch has a stainless steel band with sandblasting detailing, giving it an industrial vibe. The timepiece is also available in a leather strap. Other styles include silver with blue LED digital tubes, black with green and gold with red.

Truly a mark of the 21st century, the watch doesn't require batteries, but is USB-powered. The Kisai blade watch comes with its own cord, which can be plugged into a computer to recharge. A full charge takes approximately 3.5 hours and will last a month. Stats for Futuristic Propeller Watches Trending: Older & Buzzing
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