Good luck trying to read Tokyoflash's Kisai Transit watch

Tokyoflash's watches have never been about functionality first. Its timepieces are all about design and style. It's therefore no surprise that Tokyoflash's latest watch attempts to emulate traffic with an almost Tron-esque digital display.

The Kisai Transit watch is supposed to look like a cityscape seen from above. It looks snazzy, but how do you read the time on it? Luckily, Tokyoflash does provide instructions. The blue LED light corresponds to the hour, the orange to every five minutes and the green to every single minute. I've got a friend with a Tokyoflash and he says you get used to reading it after a few months. Yes, that's months, not minutes — a bit of a learning curve don't you think?

The Kisai Transit takes 3.5 hours to fully charge up via USB, with charges that should last up to a month. You can grab yours for $94 in white or black.

Tokyoflash, via TechFresh

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