To fight winter chill, try to wear Volt Indoor/Outdoor heated slippers, they are nice and warm slippers to keep your feet toasty. They can be a great alternative to Ugg Boots, because it seems Ugg Boots have become a big NO in fashion nowadays, not sure why (too many people wear them?), because we think those boots are comfortable as well. These boots uses 2.2 watts of heat to keep your feet warm even in the chilliest weather, thanks to series of tiny conductive fibers that weave throughout the insoles. You would also love the built-in, auto-adjusting thermostat, even without the battery turns on, these slippers still feel comfortable to wear.
These are unisex slippers which made of 100% nylon for optimum comfort. You can wear them both indoor and outdoor, turning the battery on to feel an instant warm relief. One time battery charge provides you with an average 5 hours soothing warmth to revitalize your numb toes and tired feet. The Ripstop Nylon upper shell fabric is treated with a DWR finish for better protection during wet weather.
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.
ePaper display has the ability to be changed to show positive (black ink on white paper) or negative (white ink on black paper), or Auto where the display automatically switch between them during day and night to allow easy time reading. Another great thing about ePaper display is that it is highly energy efficient and consumes the power only when the display changes, once the image sets on the screen, it won’t require any power at all.
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Tuvie has received “Tokyoflash Kisai Rorschach ePaper Watch” from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.
“Zero Gravity Tour” was designed by Indian based designer Riten Gojiya as the answer to the challenge of “vision of a modern European city and its inhabitants in the future”. It looks like giant hovercraft but instead of moving on water, it flies. This concept has won the first prize of Dassault Systemes Design Challenge 2012. This futuristic transportation was inspired by the city of Prague and its people, its simplicity, uniqueness, utility and aesthetic quality has made this concept won the competition.