Kisai Online is a Watch Read with a Secret Code

By: Kevin Young - Published: Jul 14, 2012 • References: tokyoflash & technabob
If Tron were to advertise for a watch, the Kisai Online would definitely be it.

The Kisai Online was once only a concept designed by Sam Jerichow, a German fan and submitter to Tokyoflash. This futuristic watch doesn't look like a timepiece, and only the ones wearing it will know how to decipher and read the time. It's equipped with a built-in accelerometer that reveals time in a digital style.

It's made with stainless steel and comes in black or silver with a transformative blue and red display. The Kisai Online allows users to tell the time, date and set alarms. Not only does it tell time, the watch's LCD display shows a cryptic pattern that reveals ultra style. For a limited time only, the Kisai Online will be available for a special price up until July 14, 2012, for $149 and after that it's back to a regular price of $169. Stats for Squiggly Line Time Tellers Trending: Older & Warm
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