TokyoFlash's new Kisai Console Wood watch has a gorgeous sandalwood bracelet and a groovy LED-lit display that nestles directly in the sweet-spot between functional and ornamental. It comes with your choice of blue or green LEDs and red or dark sandalwood, and charges over USB. I'm partial (very, very partial) to the dark wood. Wow.
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Kisai Console Wood looks like a sci-fi control panel but reading the time is simple when you know how.
The hex shapes indicate hours (1-12), the gauge at the bottom indicates five minute intervals and the level on the left indicates single minutes 1-4.
After wearing the watch for a few hours, you'll be able to read the time at a glance. View the diagram on the right for more information or the video demo below for an example.
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