The Tokyoflash Kisai polygon wood watch is one of the first geometric watches to be showcased. It features a wooden casing, a textured leather strap, displays the time, date and has an alarm. It also comes with LED back lighting and a custom animation as a visual enhancement. The polygons are supposed to display like a traditional clock but in geometric figures to tell time. Each figure represents the numbers from one to twelve placed in order.
The single minutes are displayed as a hexagonal digit in the center. The larger triangles act as the minute hands that point directly to every hour, quarter or half hour. To see the date you have just have to push the lower button. These geometric watches will be available for $109 on the Tokyoflash website for all consumers to purchase directly.
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