Get noticed from people near you with the new Kisai Rogue SR2 LCD watch from TokyoFlash. Unlike other TokyoFlash’s watches where you need to touch a button to illuminate the LED in order to read the time, wearing this watch, the time can be read at a glance. Available in four colors (blue, orange, green, and red), this watch features slim, curved case design, with solid adjustable stainless steel strap. Reading the time on this watch is easy, yet it creates a sense of mystique to the uninformed. User can choose to illuminate the watch with bright LEDs at the touch of a button to read the time easily during night time.
The inner ring represents the hours, as you can see the gap in the ring shows the current hour as on a clock face. The ring of large blocks informs you about the minutes the same way as the hours, using the gap in the ring. The outer ring of small dots represents exact minutes, every fifth dot being slightly smaller to distinguish five minute groups. Just look where the gaps are. [Buy TokyoFlash Kisai Rogue SR2 $179]
Ultimate lightness and ultimate strength, this is a bit information that we get from TAG Heuer about its latest luxury gadget, TAG Heuer Racer mobile phone. Using only high tech materials, this phone features shockproof rubber chassis which is strengthen and supported by the screwed-in titanium and carbon fiber bridges.
Swiss engineered without compromised, TAG Heuer has done a great job in blending luxury and performance into one innovative mobile phone. Inspired by GT cars an d Formula 1, this mobile phone uses high speed processor and the latest Android software. Showcasing for the 1st time is a new customizable 3D user interface to fit the individual needs of each owner.
Shelter cart design that can be said to be a nice solution for homeless is designed by Gregor Timlin and Barry Shehan. The shelter cart as it has been named is a mobile living unit which can be used as junk collection cart during the day and during night it can act as a place of shelter. It is light weight and the wheels help in moving the same around while it is used as cart, however the height of the roof can be adjusted accordingly. This social awareness campaign is a nice way of bringing to notice the plight of homeless. Way to go guys ! The homeless will be very eager to have this shelter cart.
Designer : Barry Sheehan and Gregor Timlin via DesignBoom