Tokyoflash Japan Announces Their First Touchscreen Watch

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The Kisai Rogue Touch LED watch started out as a concept on the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog less than a year ago, and it’s now available for purchase.  Tokyoflash Japan says  the Rogue Touch has “time, date, alarm, dual time zones, animation feature, LCD ‘always on’ display, and LED backlight at a touch.  The watch has a perfectly round form since there are no buttons on the case.”  The watch has a polished gunmetal-colored case and band and a slightly recessed mineral crystal lens.  The watch has four touch “hot zones” (top, bottom, left, and right) that switch between modes; touch and hold on a hot zone to enter setup mode for that function.  The touch screen has a lock mode to prevent accidental input.  The Rogue Touch is available with a “natural” background with blue LEDs, blue background with blue LEDs, red background/red LEDs, or green background/green LEDs.  Tokyoflash is offering a special discounted price for a short time after release.  If you order before Sept. 30 at 10 am (Japan time), you can get the Rogue Touch for $179 and free shipping.  The normal price for the watch is $199.

4 thoughts on “Tokyoflash Japan Announces Their First Touchscreen Watch”

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  2. Yes they do have pretty lights.
    Janet remember the old Altair 8080 with all them flashing lights and switches; I wanted one sooo bad 🙂
    I just love these unreadable watches; be late or a day early 😛
    My windup analog serves me well…

  3. Bob, I think of watches like this as just jewelry. You wear them because they’re pretty and check your cellphone for the time! 😉

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