This new watch from Tokyoflash Japan seems even harder to read than normal, for me at least. The Kisai Polygon is the newest offering, and it, like most of their watches, has a stainless steel case and clasp and an adjustable stainless band. The watch is available in black or silver-colored, and faces are available in your choice of mirror, blue, or pink. In addition to the time, it also displays the date and has an alarm function. The LCD display is always on, but there’s an electroluminescent backlight for nighttime viewing. Tokyoflash says it’s a unisex design and will fit wrist sizes of about 4″ to about 8.3″. The watch is water-resistant to 3ATM and is powered by a standard CR2025 watch battery.
The Kisai Polygon is only $99 for the first 48 hours of sale; the price will be $129 after the limited pricing ends. You’ll have about 40 hours from the time this article is published to grab one at the special pricing.
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HA! Another “what time is it watch”; meaning if you wear this you have to ask someone else what time it is (Or sneak a peek at your iPhone 5 🙂
Actually once you understand how it works it looks easy to read it without taking hours to see what it really is. Looks cool too, i’d buy it ;P