The Kisai Xtal Wood Watch Puts a Bit of Nature on Your Wrist

Strap a bit of nature onto your wrist with the Kisai Xtal Wood watch. The watch “combines a crystalline shaped natural wood case with a faceted mineral crystal lens and a cryptic yet simple to read LED time display.” I think that’s a first? There is finally a Tokyo Flash watch that doesn’t require a guide to read it! 😉

Available in dark sandalwood with red or green LEDs or maple wood with blue or white LEDs, this very limited edition watch design includes two different time display modes, date mode, alarm and six user-selectable animations.

The Kisai Xtal Wood Watch Puts a Bit of Nature on Your Wrist

The watch charges via USB; one full charge takes 3.5 hours and should last for at least two months.

The Tokyo Flash Kisai Xtal Wood is available “for $109 (€79, £65) until Thursday May 29th at 11am Japan time.” Get yours here.

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