X marks the spot with the Kisai X watch from Tokyoflash


The latest watch from Tokyoflash is the Kisai X, with a time-display method inspired by cryptography.  The watch has a stainless steel band and case in your choice of black or natural silver tone, and the LED display is available in blue, green, or red.  It has time (12 or 24 hour), date, alarm, and demonstration modes, and it’s water-resistant to 3ATM. It has a USB-rechargeable battery inside; a charging cable and a screwdriver to access the charging port are included .  As always, Tokyoflash is introducing the watch at a special price.  It’s $99 until Thursday, March 7th at 4pm (Japan time).

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6 comments… add one
  • VernC March 5, 2013, 2:05 pm

    I really like the look of these gizmo watches but unfortunately they seem too big for my “slim” arms!

  • Bob DeLoyd March 7, 2013, 2:33 am

    cryptography, figures!
    Another “What time is it watch!”
    What is the USB port all about? Only for charging or is that a secret 🙂

  • Janet Cloninger March 7, 2013, 7:45 am

    Hey, Bob. Apparently the USB is only for charging – and you need a screwdriver to open the watch up so you can charge it!

  • Bob DeLoyd March 7, 2013, 2:32 pm

    And all along I thought it was a secret compartment to keep spy messages, microfilm, a cyanide capsule or some such!
    Love the “What the hell time is it” watches you post 🙂

  • Janet Cloninger March 7, 2013, 4:36 pm

    Bob, I always just consider them lighted jewelry. Cell phones are easier to check the time on. 😉

  • Bob DeLoyd March 7, 2013, 4:51 pm

    My girlfriend just bought me a Timex Explorer watch with a leather band (which I must wear at all times to keep her happy) and it actually has hands on it! It also has a little light that glows kinda green when you press the winding pin gear thingy. All I have to do is look at my wrist to know the time of day. It’s kinda nice 🙂

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