The Kisai Rogue Touch Silicone Watch is hard to read at first glance
We’re all very common with a double-take. It’s usually tied to seeing something so out of the ordinary, that we look a second time to try and get a better understanding of it. When it comes to making watches, Tokyflash will almost always have you turning your head just to try and understand how to read it.
This time around, they have made the Kisai Rogue Touch Silicone LCD Watch. It looks like something you would see in a Sci-Fi movie, with intricate patterns that seem random to the naked eye. Once you look closer, you’ll notice that one of the twelve large blocks on the outer rim is missing, and that will indicate the hour. Just inside of that are 60 smaller dots, which indicate the minutes. The two internal rings indicate a second time zone in a similar fashion of hours and minutes.
There is an animation feature and audio feedback which you can keep on or turn off. The wrist strap is made of silicone, which makes it lightweight and comfortable. You can choose red, green, blue, or a natural LCD face, and the strap comes in black or white. There are touchscreen controls which will allow you to customize the time, alarm, date, and a light up feature. To use these controls, swipe your finger across the screen from left to right, and a small dot will indicate when the screen is unlocked. This will cost you around $109, and is sure to be a conversation piece.
Available for purchase on Tokyoflash