Tokyoflash Kisai Spider watch goes from concept to wrist-flaunting product (video)

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Steve Dent
December 12th, 2012
Tokyoflash Kisai Spider watch goes from concept to wrist-flaunting product (video)

Tokyoflash Kisai Spider watch goes from concept to wristflaunting product video

Tokyoflash threw a transparent LED timepiece with a web-like display against the proverbial concept wall earlier this year, and danged if the Kisai Spider didn't stick. The new watch lets you inspect your wrist while attempting to decipher the time or date, which are read from the outside-in through a highly geometrical display of digits -- the above image showing 09:58, for instance. You'll be able to score the dapper device in black and silver brushed stainless steel with a black, blue, green or red display for $159 until this Friday, after which time it'll run an extra twenty bills. For the oh-so-vital instructions on how to to read it, along with ordering info, check the source or video after the break.

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