The Kisai Space Digits watch is the latest release from Tokyoflash, a company known for its futuristic and hard-to-read timekeepers. The Kisai Space Digits watch has a unique design inspired by "intergalactic travel." The spacey timepiece is made of stainless steel and comes in a variety of colors. However, like most Tokyoflash watches, the main attraction of the Kisai Space Digits is its crazy face.
At first glance, the Kisai Space Digits watch may appear impossible to read. There are no numbers or hands, just a series of lines. However, a closer inspection reveals that these lines actually form numbers. The time is read by reading the numbers on the left and right borders (from left to right), and the date can be deciphered by reading the numbers from top to bottom. Pretty sneaky, sis.
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- By: Michael HinesDec 6, 2012