I might have mentioned it, but I don’t wear wrist-watches any more. I have a very nice Tag Heuer watch that I got during the 90s boom years from Silicon Graphics, but for a while my wrist got too fat to wear it (and I’m too lazy and cheap to have it adjusted), and even though it now fits, since I carry my iPhone everywhere and it has the time and any other functions I could ever want, I just don’t bother any more. But interestingly enough, I still love to look at watches and think how they would look on me. And when it comes to snazzy watches, Tokyo Flash is definitely there in the game; they’re watches are flashy (see what I did there?), unusual, interesting, and durn well made. (And they practically scream “Otaku!”) Check this out:
The Kisai Adjust was originally a concept on the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog, and it is available exclusively from www.tokyoflash.com at a 48 hour limited time release price of $149 (€116, £92) with free shipping until Thursday January 24th at 4pm (Japan time). After that, the regular price will be $179 (€139, £110). Looking for a new watch, or just enjoy checking out watches in general? Check out Tokyo Flash!