Tokyoflash’s Kisai Wasted wristwatch is just another way to tell time in a complicated colorful fashion
Tokyoflash has got to be the most vivid of watch designers. They’re concepts are downright zany, for want of a better term. We left off from the Magic Eye and now they’ve got the Kisai Wasted Watch. That’s actually the name and not a term. As usual, even though they say it’s easy to tell the time just by pressing a button, once the colorful LED comes to life all I see is a complicated odd-ball display. The Kisai Wasted seems a bit simpler than most and actually has larger visible numbers on the sides with minutes in the center and a few more minutes thrown in the middle just to confuse you. After pressing the button you have about five seconds to figure out the time before the display goes black.
Even after watching the video, I had to read up a bit more to figure out how to tell time. I’d like to explain it but I’m afraid I might make matters worse for you so, I’d recommend reading the literature on the site and watching the video. The Kisai Wasted offers USB charging and after a full charge (3.5 hours) the watch will be good for use for at least one month. It’s available in two colors; black and white and has a streamlined plastic case and strap finished in gloss with matte detail. It’s priced at $85.