Tokyoflash Kisai Link Bluetooth Bracelets Offer IPhone Notifications In Style

Posted: Jun 2 2015, 2:48am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 2 2015, 2:59am CDT, in Technology News


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Tokyoflash Kisai Link Bluetooth Bracelets offer iPhone Notifications in Style

Tokyoflash is known since years for their outlandish LED watches that make reading the time a science. Now the company introduces the Kisai Link Bluetooth bracelets that are surprisingly useful and look stylish. Kisai Link even trumps Apple Watch with one capability not available in Apple's smartwatch.

Tokyoflash Japan has just released the Kisai Link, a Bluetooth wearable available in 28 different styles.

The Kisai Link Bluetooth accessory lets wearers know when their iPhone receives a call, email, message or social media alert. When paired with the iPhone the Kisai Link will gently vibrate and a color coded LED will illuminate.

Users can customize the notifications they want to receive via an app. Kisai Link has an alarm, find phone function and an alert for when the user is leaving their smartphone behind. The latter is a feature the Apple Watch does not have. The Apple Watch is not telling users yet when they forget to take their iPhone with them. It is an upcoming feature called Smart Leashing, but right now the Kisai Link is actually a neat companion for the Apple Watch.

The 28 different styles are really very diverse. The Kisai Link does not look like a tech gadget at all. The brace

Kisai Link

Initially the Kisai Link is only compatible with the Apple iPhone. The battery life of the Kisai Link is up to 5 days and the release price is $79 (€69, £51). The Kisai Link bracelets are on sale now on Tokyoflash with world-wide shipping options.

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