Our WatchNews site Wrist Dreams just reported about a new Japanese LED watch which a great new design that could be straight out of Star Trek. The Kisai Denshoku has twelve LED bars that tell the time and look cool doing while doing it. This is a great gift for people who love cool things and don't mind style and gadgetry to be more important than function.
The Kisai Denshoku is inspired by the neon skylines of Shinjuku, Denshoku combines high quality materials and advanced technology with intuitive design.
Twelve light bars present the time in a simple, easy to read format. Press the button and the LEDs behind the acrylic diffuse and illuminate the bars three times. First hours are presented, then groups of ten minutes, then single minutes.
The Kisai Denshoku sells for $247. More details on Wrist Dreams.
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