The Kisai Night Vision Watch from Tokyoflash is Surprisingly Easy to Read

By: Michael Hines - Published: Sep 14, 2011 • References: tokyoflash & technabob
Originally submitted as a concept to Tokyoflash's design blog, the Kisai Night Vision watch has officially gone from concept to reality. The watch, like all Tokyoflash timepieces, has a creative face that makes telling the time at a glance impossible.

Fortunately, the complicated face of the Kisai Night Vision is actually pretty easy to decipher. The octagon ringing the face is separated into twelve sections marking the hours. Minutes appear in the middle of the watch and are normally shaped. The watch needs to recharge via USB once a month. The battery has a lifespan of around 300 charges, so replacing it shouldn't be a worry for a long, long time. Currently the Kisai Night Vision watch is priced at $129 to celebrate its release. You can check out images and video of Tokyoflash's latest creation here. Stats for Octagonal Time Tellers Trending: Older & Mild
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