Tokyoflash's Kisai Kaidoku LCD watch arrives 12 years too late for Neo, Trinity

Darren Murph
D. Murph|07.12.11

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Tokyoflash's Kisai Kaidoku LCD watch arrives 12 years too late for Neo, Trinity
There's something to be said about someone who'd rather strap an LCD full of words on their wrist instead of a tried-and-true pointer-based timepiece. Comically enough, that description is likely to flow across the LCD of Tokyoflash's new Kisai Kaidoku. This limited run watch is available with a black or white strap, and shockingly enough, was designed by a 15-year old by the name of Tynan Mayhew. The whole thing's water resistant, and the EL backlight enables nighttime viewing; unfortunately, it's hard to know just how long that CR2016 battery will last, but those who'd rather not think about such trivial matters can snag one now for $139.

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