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Kisai Adjust LED watch from Tokyoflash Japan

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Tokyoflash Japan has issued another of their watches that seem to be as much a piece of art as a watch.  The Kisai Adjust has 34 triangular LEDs that light up to display the time in either 12- or 24-hour format.  You can toggle through six colors for the time display (blue, red, green, cyan, violet, or candy), and the stainless steel case and clasp is available in black or silver.  The watch has date and alarm functions, and the face can be set for horizontal or vertical display.  The regular price is $179, but as always, Tokyoflash Japan is offering the watch at a considerable savings for the first 48 hours.  Until Thursday January 24th at 4pm (Japan time), or about 14 more hours at the time of publication of this article, you can purchase the Kisai Adjust for $149.

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  • Bob DeLoyd January 26, 2013, 5:54 am

    Yikes, another one of those “you have to ask someone what time it is when you’re wearing a watch, watch!” :D

  • Janet Cloninger January 26, 2013, 7:27 am

    Hey Bob! Yep, I’d just have to treat most of these watches as lighted bracelets.

  • Bob DeLoyd January 26, 2013, 2:18 pm

    Ya know Janet, maybe we should build one ourselves that flashes and blinks at random, include instructions that are unintelligible, a customer number to a deli in New Guinea, and sell it as the World’s most intelligent watch; needing an IQ of 160 to operate, and ask $456.98 for it… We can make boo-coo money on it :)

  • Janet Cloninger January 26, 2013, 5:43 pm

    That sounds like a great idea, Bob. We could set it up as a Kickstarter project! ;)

  • Bob DeLoyd January 27, 2013, 4:40 am

    Janet, the way I have it figured, anyone with an IQ of 160, being only .03% of the people in the world, would be smart enough not to buy our watch and the rest would be left trying to decipher the time and not admit they’re too dumb to do it… I believe this is what they called Marketing :)

  • Janet Cloninger January 27, 2013, 12:14 pm

    Sounds like a winner to me, Bob! Start thinking of confusing patterns.

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