Designed by Scheffer László, Kisai Quasar features hexagonal watch face with geometric, patterned display that camouflages time. It comes with 8 color options: black or silver stainless steel with blue, red, green, or mirror display. Reading the time can be a bit tricky, but once you master it, it’s easy to read the time at a glance, yet it looks mysterious to the uninformed.
There are 3 mode that you can choose for the watch, first, the number mode that displays the time in regular digits, second, the pattern mode that camouflages the digits in a web of lines that mimic the shape of numbers, and the third mode is animation mode that pulsates between these modes creating unique zoom effect.
Kisai Quasar is available at Tokyoflash with special release price of $109 (€82, £69) for 48 hours only – until Thursday October 17th at 11:00 am Japan time.
Aside from displaying the time, this watch also functions as stop watch and displays the date. For the time mode, you can choose 12/24 hour clock, which one suits your best. You can read the date by pressing the lower button, it will be displayed the same way as the time. This compact watch has been designed as universal watch, both man or woman can wear it thanks to adjustable strap that suit all wrist sizes.
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