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 - May 22, 2008
References: tokyoflash & gizmodo
Famous for their unique and unconventional watch designs TokyoFlash's latest model, Infection, keeps up that legacy with an original concept that sports a striking full face mirrored lens and an innovative way to view time.

Combining sleek curves, tri-colored LEDs and a pulsating new display, Infection is ergonomically designed to dynamically fit the contours of your wrist thanks to the tapered edges which provide a seamless transition between the case and lens.

As for the fun part and how the watch works, 27 multi-colored LEDs pulsate and move like cells to present the time from beneath the mirrored mineral crystal lens. It's all about colors: 12 red LEDs indicate hours, 11 yellow LEDs represent the progression of time in units of five minutes and 4 green LEDs show single minutes.

When you do not care about what time it is, click on the upper button to animate the LEDs and have a funky flashy light show on your wrist. A touch of the lower button instantly shows the time.

The Japanese watch with a genuine leather strap costs ¥13,900.