Kisai Neutron watch is activated with the flick of your wrist
What you wear can say a lot about yourself. Some people might not put much thought into what they put on in the morning, but if you spend a lot of your day interacting with people, there’s a good chance that you’ll take a few extra minutes to make sure that you look good. Of course, if you’re heading off to work, there are additional things to consider. But regardless of the look you’re going for, there is one thing that is always fashionable to wear. A watch.
TokyoFlash is a company that has set themselves apart from the competition by creating unique designs for their watches. The new Kisai Neutron is no exception to this. This is one of the rare watches that displays numbers rather plainly, and doesn’t require a brief explanation of how to read it. But that still doesn’t mean that it looks like any other timepiece you’ve seen before.
The Neutron’s face looks like some sort of grate, when not lit up. However, once you’ve activated it, you’ll see the individual bars light up to display the numbers that make up the time. What’s interesting is that you can activate the face in one of two ways. You can be boring and press a button on the side, or you can turn on the motion sensor. For the latter, you’ll simply need to flick your wrist, and the time will magically appear. This unique watch features a USB-rechargeable battery, and will set you back $139.