Tokyoflash, purveyors of fine eye-candy for your wrist, has hit another homerun with their latest LED watch, the Kisai Keisan, which uses long convex lenses to diffuse the LEDs underneath, producing a striking effect. And lest you fear that this watch is uncharacteristically simple to read, fear not: "Simply touch the button and digits will appear in four vertical lines. Add the digits in each vertical line to read the time. The date is displayed in the same way after the time. The time and date can be accelerated by pressing button A again."
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