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Tron-Style Pocket Watch

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Peter Bailey

Freelance Wordpress Developer in London (peabay.xyz) @peabay
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In an attempt to bring back the pocket watch, but with a futuristic twist, Japanese watch designer TokyoFlash has released this; the Kisai Rogue Touch Pocket Watch.

TokyoFlash’s tendancy to reinvent the clock face the Kisai Rogue is no exception and is near impossible to decypher at first glance.  The outer ring indicates the hour and the inner ring shows the minute. A ring-based clock face allows many clocks to be within eachother. This watch supports two.

Apart from the latch to open the watch there are no regular buttons. Instead the screen is partitioned into 4 areas which the user can touch to activate four different modes – time, date, alarm and back light. To light up the screen simply swipe your finger across the clock face.

Source: TokyoFlash and TrendHunter

Posted 10th Dec 2011
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