Opus 8 Mechanical-Digital Display Watch by Harry Winston

Limited edition of Opus 8 is using a futuristic technology yet with a cool looking retro style. The complicated system of mechanical pixels will rise up from the display to show you the time when you activate a mechanism on the side of the case. Look at the back of this watch, you’ll find a design resembling a printed circuit that functions as a second time display. AM and PM status are featured on the left, hours an minutes in the center, and a power reserve indicator is located on the right.

opus 8 watch by harry Winston

digital display opus 8 watch by harry Winston

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Tokyoflash Kisai Sequence LED Watch With A Pattern of Raised Cubes

Reading the time on Tokyoflash Kisai Sequence LED Watch is pretty straight forward in regular mode, the hours are displayed at the top part (upper half of the screen), you can read them from left to right. The minutes are displayed at the bottom part (lower half), you can read them the same way as the hours. However, you can choose to display the time in cryptic mode so that you are the only person who can read the time, because you know the secret. It is constructed with custom made curved acrylic lens, sub-surface digital tube LEDs that create a pattern of raised cubes.

It also features date mode, alarm, and up to 6-selectable animations. You can choose black or white leather strap with red or blue LEDs.

Kisai Sequence is available at the special release price of $109 (€79, £65) for 48 hours – until Friday July 11th at 11:00 am Japan time. Regular price will be $159.

Designer : Tokyoflash [Buy It Here]

Tokyoflash Kisai Sequence LED Watch

Tokyoflash Kisai Sequence LED Watch

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Exoskeleton Watch Was Inspired by Armors and Skeletons Characteristics

A very cool watch design, Peter Fletcher has done it again with his latest concept: Exoskeleton watch. From the name itself, you might know it was inspired by armors and skeletons characteristics, it features plate like armor design for the main body. The gaps between these plates are used to display LED lights that tell the time.

The time here is displayed either in digital or 12/5/9 format using stripes of LEDs, it makes the watch looks like coming out of a sci-fi movie. Visually interesting, those stripes of LEDs would also look really cool when doing animations. Any fans of anime, mecha, and gaming would love this futuristic watch, guys love it, and so will girls, thanks to jewelry like bracelet design. The armor look combines 2 intuitive time telling methods that set this watch apart from others.

Designer : Peter Fletcher for [Tokyoflash]

Exoskeleton Watch by Peter Fletcher

Exoskeleton Watch by Peter Fletcher

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Tokyoflash Kisai XTal Wood LED Watch by Samuel Jerichow

The gorgeous and elegant Kisai Xtal watch has made a come back, this time in wood version. Tokyoflash Kisai Xtal Wood LED watch combines the same faceted mineral crystal lens with crystalline shaped natural wood case, it creates contemporary yet elegant timepiece. It features the same cryptic, easy-to-read LED time display, if you are familiar with watches from Tokyoflash, this shouldn’t be an issue for you.

This version is available in combination of dark sandalwood with red/green LEDs or maple wood with blue/white LEDs. Available in limited edition, this wooden watch features 2-time modes programmed into it, the first one is regular mode where it displays time in 4 stylized hexagonal LED digits. The second mode is cryptic mode, where to others, the time looks like weird code when in fact, they are the same digital numbers except the middle line are removed, except the number 8.

Designer : Samuel Jerichow for [Tokyoflash] [Buy It Here]

Tokyoflash Kisai XTal Wood Led Watch by Samuel Jerichow

Tokyoflash Kisai XTal Wood Led Watch by Samuel Jerichow

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Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision Wood LED Watch : Press The Button to Reveal the Magic

A minimalist appearance of Kisai Night Vision has captivated a lot of people. This time, Tokyoflash releases a new version: Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision Wood LED Watch. At first sight, it looks just like a wooden accessory since you won’t see any hands point at numbers. You need to press a button to reveal the magic, the LEDs are concealed beneath the wood surface, it emits the light to display the time which is easy to read at a glance. The natural wood in dark sandalwood or maple looks beautiful in combination with blue, red, or green LEDs.

Reading the time is still the same with previous version, it is one of the easiest watches to read from Tokyoflash, just pay attention to the diagram on the right. You can read the hours by paying attention to the outer ring, it features the same position as hours on a clock, the flashing light indicates current hour of the day. The minutes are displayed digitally in the center, just read it as usual. Date and alarm is displayed in the same way.

Designer : Tokyoflash [Buy It Here]

Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision Wood LED Watch

Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision Wood LED Watch

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Moto 360 Watch Is Powered by Google Android Wear

After Google announced its latest project Android Wear, Motorola also released a concept modern timepiece that utilizes the power of Android, Moto 36. A short information about Android Wear, it’s an extension of Android to wearable and Google is starting with something familiar wearable: watches.

A modern watch should be able to tells us more than just time, it has evolved amazingly since it was first introduced more than a 100-years ago, from mechanical to electronic, analog to digital faces. Moto 36 android watch mission is to bring back the history as we re-imagine the wristwatch for the future. That’s why it doesn’t need to feature unconventional shape, it has the classic familiar round face with premium materials.

Designer : Motorola

Moto 360 Watch Is Powered by Google Android Wear

Moto 360 Watch Is Powered by Google Android Wear

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Futuristic VEIN Watch Displays Time in Beautiful Capillaries Like LED Lights

Based on previous watch design of Samuel Jerichow, you can tell that he’s a fan of lines, that’s why most of his watch designs involve lines to tell the time. Vein watch features 4 digit analog display inspired by LED watch concept, the numbers from 1 to 9 are located on the display similar the one you see on the analog watch. The number 0 is located at the 12h position, therefore, 10 and 11 are not used. This is where the appearance of vein comes to play, it starts from the top left corner of the main display then splits up into branches of 4 capillaries to represent the hours and minutes of current time. You need to read the numbers in the order in which the capillaries branch off. The flows of those capillaries that run through leave the display on the lower right corner.

Designer : Samuel Jerichow for [Tokyoflash]

Vein Watch by Samuel Jerichow

Vein Watch by Samuel Jerichow

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Gorgeous Tokyoflash Kisai Space Digits Wood Watch

Kisai Space Digits Watch now is available with wooden strap. Just in case you didn’t know, we have previously featured the first version here. It still has the same futuristic display framed by dual-layered laminated hardwood case, but this time combined with stylish wooden strap. Easy to read at a glance, the digital time, both hours and minutes, is displayed in stylized digits, you can read the time from left to right while the date can be read top to bottom (month and day). Black LCD interface highlight the green or gold tones to allow you to read the time easily in daylight, or your can always illuminate the time at low light vision, thanks to glow-in-the-dark EL backlight.

Just like all Tokyoflash wood watch, it’s been carefully crafted with 100% natural wood. A clear coating is also applied to ensure great protection of the quality. Available for limited edition in red sandalwood with dark sandalwood and green LCD or maple wood with red sandalwood and gold LCD. It has the same functionality just like the first version such as alarm, warp speed animation, and EL backlight.

Designer : Tokyoflash [Buy It Here]

Tokyoflash Kisai Space Digit Wood Version

Tokyoflash Kisai Space Digit Wood Version

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Chrono Dashboard Inspired Watch Looks Like WALL-E

A futuristic car dashboard inspired Peter Fletcher to design Chrono Watch. As you can see, this watch features 2 linked round digital dials, a digital display form that you usually can find in a car. The time is displayed in similar style to the conventional clock, the left side consists 12 LEDs that display the hours, while the right side also consists of 12 LEDs that display 5-minute groups. The single minutes are displayed by four LEDs at the center of display, including the information of AM/PM. The unique frame gives this watch a unique robotic look, you might remember WALL-E when you see it.

Chrono dashboard inspired watch features organic, smooth, bio-mechanical feel body. It has robotic appearance that makes it futuristic and calls out the inner geek inside us.

Designer : Peter Fletcher for [Tokyoflash]

Chrono Dashboard Inspired Watch by Peter Fletcher

Chrono Dashboard Inspired Watch by Peter Fletcher

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Quicksilver LCD Watch Inspired by The Drop of Mercury Inside A Thermometer

Inspired by the drop of mercury (also known as quicksilver) inside a thermometer when he was getting flue in the summer, Samuel Jerichow started to design Quicksilver LCD Watch. At first his idea revolved around a mirror LCD display to make it looks like it’s made of quicksilver drops, then he continued with a simple analog based digital display.

This concept watch features 4 dots ranging from small to medium sized dots that circle inner and outer ring. The small dot that circles the inner part represents the hours while the rest of the dots represent the minutes, however, to differentiate between AM or PM, another one small dot will also circle the inner part.

Designer : Samuel Jerichow for [Tokyoflash]

Quicksilver LCD Watch by Samuel Jerichow

Quicksilver LCD Watch by Samuel Jerichow

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Tokyoflash Kisai Spider Acetate LCD Watch Features Transparent, Hexagonal Display

Tokyoflash has released a new version of Kisai Spider, it still utilizes the same unique transparent LCD for magical illusion that time is floating on your wrist. Tokyoflash Kisai Spider Acetate LCD watch has an attractive hexagonal display with 4 numbers arranged from large to small, kind of like a spider’s web. It displays time in original and intuitive way, the LCD has been designed to be slightly smoke in order for you to read the time easier. The time is displayed in black, blue, green, or red, attached between 2 mineral crystal lenses.

This is a nice, stylish digital watch with 4 hexagonal rings that represent the time in 4 digits (hours and minutes) from large to small or you can say from the outside to the inside. We believe, now you are beginning to see the time in this cryptic pattern.

From : Tokyoflash [Buy It Here]

Tokyoflash Kisai Spider Acetate LCD Watch

Tokyoflash Kisai Spider Acetate LCD Watch

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Tokyoflash Kisai Rorschach ePaper Watch Design Is Based on Rorschach Inkblot Test

Unique Tokyoflash Kisai Rorschach ePaper Watch was inspired by “Rorschach inkblot test”. This test was introduced by Swiss psychologist Hermann Rorschach in 1921, it uses a series of mysterious ink blots to evaluate patient’s thoughts and emotions. This is also the first watch from Tokyoflash that utilizes ePaper display from E-Ink, it works in a unique way where the segments appear to be seamless to mimic the appearance of an inkblot on paper. Pretty cool, heh?

There are 3 digital time display modes: easy, medium, and hard. In every mode, the hours are displayed in the top-right, the minutes at the bottom-left, and the rest of the screen shows reflection of these digits to create mysterious inkblot effect. Just in case you want to switch to different reading mode, simply hold the top button. This watch also displays date and alarm in the same method.

From : Tokyoflash [Buy It Here]

Tokyoflash Kisai Rorschach ePaper Watch

Tokyoflash Kisai Rorschach ePaper Watch

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Tokyoflash Kisai Console Wood LED Watch Looks Like Sci-Fi Control Panel

It seems that wooden case watch is popular since recently Tokyoflash has released different wooden watch models. Kisai Console Wood LED watch features vivid LED lights combined with natural hardwood case, yes, it creates a cool watch that has both classic and futuristic elements. At first sight, it looks like you have a Sci-Fi control panel on your wrist.

Reading the time is pretty simple, you can see at the hex shapes, there are 1-12 digits that represent the hours. The gauge at the bottom represents 5-minute intervals and the level on the left indicates single minutes from 1 to 4. Just like all Tokyoflash watches, it’s a limited edition version, better grab it fast.

From : Tokyoflash [Buy It Here]

Tokyoflash Kisai Console Wood LED Watch

Tokyoflash Kisai Console Wood LED Watch

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Closed Watch for Hikers and Mountain Climbers

Closed watch has been designed for hikers and mountain climbers since they have to know what time the sun will set in order to safely descend the slopes. This concept watch displays time as well as informs its user when the sun will set in intuitive way. One of important things to know when mountain climbing or hiking, you should aware the time when the sun sets which changes every season.

Wearing this watch, user can select the season accordingly, when the day approaches the sunset time of the season, it will slowly get covered by black digital curtain to alert you. You have to finish climbing down the mountain before the watch gets 100% covered. Nice isn’t it?

Designers : Seon-Il Kim, Mingyeoung Baek, Hyun-Ju Park, and Mi-Jang

Closed Watch for Hikers and Climbers by Seon-Il Kim, Mingyeoung Baek, Hyun-Ju Park, and Mi-Jang

Closed Watch for Hikers and Climbers by Seon-Il Kim, Mingyeoung Baek, Hyun-Ju Park, and Mi-Jang

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Tokyoflash Kisai Blade Turbine Style LED Watch by Peter Fletcher

One look at Tokyoflash Kisai Blade Turbine Style LED Watch, you would already know that it was inspired by aviation and automotive themes. This timepiece was originally a concept watch submitted to TokyoFlash Design Studio by Peter Fletcher, a watch designer from UK. If you loved anything about aviation, then this watch would be perfect for you. Checkout the cool custom made turbine-style lens with digital tube LEDs that rotate like a propeller to inform you about the time.

There are 3 LEDs options you can choose: blue, green, or red while the watch face is housed in a gorgeous industrial-looking sandblasted stainless steel case with brushed detail. For the adjustable strap, you can choose black, silver, gold, or leather. This watch features 2 time modes (turning or flashing), date mode, alarm, animation and is USB rechargeable.

Designer : Peter Fletcher for Tokyoflash [Buy It Here]

Tokyoflash Kisai Blade Turbine Style LED Watch by Peter Fletcher

Tokyoflash Kisai Blade Turbine Style LED Watch by Peter Fletcher

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