TokyoFlash Nekura watches

TokyoFlash's new Nekura series watches are awfully handsome (even if they're disappointingly easy to read!) -- I'm especially fond of this little puppy, known as the Tumbler. Wheels within wheels!

The Nekura series breathes fresh life into traditional time telling and is certain to be a fashion trend this season. Tumbler features a rotating disc effect, similar to that of a combination lock, with a vivid white dial beneath black glass and inscribed numerals which rotate to present the time.


  1. i am kinda scared to put this on my body. its basically a wrist version of the Battle Royale collar.

    TELL me you don’t see that. i dare you.

  2. C.D. said, ” (even if they’re disappointingly easy to read!)”

    I’ve often wondered about your taste in watches. It’s very eclectic. Many of my friends that are your age seem to have transitioned to just using their phone to keep time. What style is this watch? Moderist, retro-futurism, Plasma Punk…?

  3. even if they’re disappointingly easy to read!

    Ah, the joys of understatements.

    They are *all* difficult to read. If I were a man who wore jewels or bling, they’d be nice I suppose, but as watches go? Rather useless, I’d say.

  4. Though an attractive watch, the concept isn’t exactly new. They’re called “jump hour” watches, and they’ve been around for decades. Seems the major difference with this one is that the whole hour section is exposed, and it rotates clockwise while the minutes rotate counter-clockwise.

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