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The Kisai on Air Tells Time Using a Single Hand

By: Michael Hines - Published: • References: tokyoflash & tokyoflash
The Kisai On Air is a new touchscreen wristwatch that may be the company's easiest to read watch ever. The watch was originally a submission into the Tokyoflash Design Blog and only recently went from concept to reality.

At first glance the Kisai On Air looks to be deceptively difficult to read. There are no numbers and only one hand on the watch's face. A closer inspection of the face reveals that the hand actually points to the hour, and a closer inspection of the hand reveals that it is actually comprised of minutes. The Kisai On Air's touchscreen functions are used to operate every facet of the watch, including setting the time, date and alarm. The watch comes in two different strap colors (black or silver) and features a variety of different face colors that can be changed at any time. Stats for Minimalist Touchscreen Timepieces Trending: Older & Warm
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