« NEC’s Medias W unveiled: a folding smartphone with two 4.3-inch displaysPioneer intros Platinum Edition CDJ-2000nexus, matching mixer and remixer » Tokyoflash Kisai Adjust watch tells time with triangles, in trippy colors (video)Published January 22, 2013 | By Cody
It almost goes without saying Tokyoflash watches aren’t always very scrutable. The company’s newly launched Kisai Adjust, however, is thankfully one of the more legible examples — as the name suggests, it even goes out of its way to accommodate the wearer. The fan-designed timepiece uses LED-lit triangles to offer the time and date in any one of six colors, including a slightly mesmerizing “candy,” with the option to display digits horizontally in those moments it’s not on a wrist. It’s USB-rechargeable, too, for those averse to wall outlets; expect about a month of dazzling (or confusing) friends between battery top-ups. Tokyoflash is selling the Kisai Adjust today, although you’ll want to buy the watch within the first 48 hours to pay $149 instead of the regular $179. Head past the break for a video that helps explain the Adjust’s changeable ways.
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