Tokyoflash released a new watch called Kisai RPM today. A traditional Tokyoflash watch, no hands and no numbers, apparently it’s a new puzzled way to tell you the time.
Kisai RPM is designed by James Fursedon. When Tokyoflash opened its Design Studio Blog to showcase the concept design from fans, James submitted his Kisai RPM design. Now the watch design has become reality.
Kisai RPM watch features an IP black stainless steel watch case and strap. The case measures 41 x 48 x 12mm, and comes with curved, smoked mineral crystal lens around the edge of the watch face. Once you touch the button on the edge of the case, those blue LED lights will show you a special time. The inner ring is as hours, outer ring as minutes (per tube is five minutes). The four little tubes on the top of the outer ring represent four single minutes. Well, the following is the demo video. If you’re curious, check it out. Apart from that, the watch is powered by LIR2032 rechargeable and replaceable watch battery, and it ships with an USB cable for charging via USB port.