The Tokyoflash Aeon LCD Watch is instantly appealing, in part because it breaks the mold of your typical wrist-worn timepiece. It's easily more techie than an analogue accessory and more futuristic-looking than the vast majority of digital watches. It features a fancy transparent face and an intriguing numerical display.
Of course, there are no hands on Samuel Jerichow's concept chronograph, but nor is the digital notation remotely familiar. Inspired by the elaborate art of tattooing, an inventive system of overlapping characters tells the wearer the time. The Vega, Antares, Singularity and Meroury models all set out the hours and minutes as decorative concentric circles. The Tokyoflash Aeon LCD Watch numbers are accented with decorative illuminated details that bring an elegance to avant-garde chronometer design.