Tokyoflash releases the Kisai Logo, treads the line between confusing and amazing (video)

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Tokyoflash releases the Kisai Logo, treads the line between confusing and amazing (video)

Extraordinary Japanese watchmaker Tokyoflash adds to its line of outlandish timepieces with the Kisai Logo. Much like its brethren, its face can't be easily read by the uninitiated, with a block representing hours running around digitally displayed minutes. Wrapped in a classy stainless steel and colored acetate, it's got an EL backlight for use in the dark and a hidden binary mode for demonstrating your intellectual credentials. Like the company's other devices, it's available for the first 48 hours of its life for $99 (€78 or £63) before September 27th, when prices increase to $139 (€110, £88) and you can find plenty of explanatory details in the video after the break.

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