This Tokyoflash Watch Requires Decoding for the Correct Time

By: Kyle Towers - Published: Mar 6, 2013 • References: tokyoflash &
This vibrantly colored LED Tokyoflash timepiece may require a little decoding before being able to translate what time it is.

The LED Tokyoflash watch called Kisia X is actually being marketed for its enigmatic qualities. The user must first learn the somewhat complex time telling system in order to use it. This would prove to be a great brain exercise that forces a new train of thought in order to relearn a basic human ability.

This concept might prove to be a little difficult when a stranger asks for the time while you are still trying to grasp how to calculate it. How do you explain to someone you don't know how to read the time while meanwhile you are wearing a watch? Stats for Enigmatic LED Time Tellers Trending: Older & Chilly
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