Impractical LED watch is all bracelet, part timepiece

I'm entranced with the latest TokyoFlash impractical wristwatch from the future. The Shinshoku tells the time with a set of impenetrable color-coded LEDs that shine through holes in the metal mesh wristband. It requires that you rewire your brain to learn an entirely new time-telling system, which is good mental exercise, and it means that no one will ever ask to borrow your watch, except for fashion.


See also:
Radio Active watch from Tokyo Flash
Crazy TokyoFlash watch: the Pimp Watch
Binary LED watch from TokyoFlash
Biohazard watch
Japanese watches from the edge of cool
Bingo Watch -- looks like a Bingo card
Japanese watch blinks and beeps the time in Morse code
Scope watch tells time using line-intersections on Cartesian grid
Impractical lovely pixelwatch from Japan
Japanese black-light watch uses mirrors to make time seem infinite