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Time

Trax MkII Concept Watch

by Johan on January 16, 2012

Trax MkII Concept Watch

The Trax Mark II from Tokyoflash is a unique timepiece because it displays the time using a belt system of tracks. There are three of four tracks with the belts on the left tell the hour, while the belts on the right display the minute. The Trax MkII is also available in a variety of designs and colors. It is a cool concept that will hopefully hit the light of production. More pics after the jump. Read more

Casio To Release G-SHOCK GB-6900 With Bluetooth LE Technology

Casio will launch the new G-SHOCK GB-6900 Bluetooth LE watch on March 16th, 2012 in the Japanese market. Available in red, black or white, this rugged timepiece adopts the Bluetooth LE (Low Energy) technology, which is compatible with the NEC Medias LTE N-04D and Medias PP N-01D Android smartphones. The G-SHOCK GB-6900 is able to synchronize with these Bluetooth LE-enabled smartphones, allowing users to show incoming calls, emails or SMS messages on the watch’s display. As its name suggests, the Bluetooth LE (Low Energy) technology consumes less power than the classic Bluetooth technology. The Casio G-SHOCK GB-6900 retails for 18,000 Yen ($231). [TechCrunch]

Limited Edition Tokyoflash Kisai On Air Watch

by Johan on December 14, 2011

Limited Edition Tokyoflash Kisai On Air Watch

Tokyoflash Japan has started selling the Limited Edition Tokyoflash Kisai On Air Watch. What makes this timepiece special is that it has a minimal design with a colored touchscreen LCD display. The LCD display is always on, so the time can be read at a glance and the LED backlight function means it will light up on demand, a useful function for night time. Available in black and silver, the Tokyoflash Kisai On Air Watch is priced at $179 each. Watch the video after the jump. Read more

Nooka Xon Concept Watch

by Johan on October 21, 2011

Nooka Xon Concept Watch

Designed by Jaineel Shah, the Nooka Xon is a concept watch that features a TDF LCD display, an alarm clock and a calendar. The Nooka Xon is equipped with a small hole on one side that allows you to loop it through a lanyard. It is a cool concept that will hopefully hit the light of production. More pictures after the jump. Read more

Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision Wristwatch

by Johan on September 12, 2011

Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision Wristwatch

Tokyoflash Japan has introduced its latest wristwatch namely the Kisai Night Vision. The watch is easy to read. You just need to touch the upper button to show the time. Hours are shown in the outer ring, while minutes are shown digitally in the center. If you push the lower button, the month will also be shown in the outer ring, while the date digitally in the center. Constructed with black stainless steel, the timepiece also offers an alarm clock mode, a light-up animation, and an adjustable strap. Its rechargeable LIR2032 battery offers up to one month of operation time. Available in black with blue, green or red LEDs, the Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision is priced at $129. Watch the video after the jump. Read more