Tokyoflash Kisai Seven Limited Edition Watch Review

Others/Miscelleneous by stefan @ 2011-11-21

Tokyoflash has surprised us with another unique watch which became a reality, built after a concept submitted at the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog, by Scott Galloway and was inspired by one of its favorite movies, TRON. The central display resembles an "Identity Disk" and can be animated in three different modes. The battery inside can be recharged via USB and it can last up to one month on one charge, if the animation modes are not selected.

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Features, Specifications

Product Description


This watch design connects to your computer to charge via USB cable (included). A full charge takes about 3 hours & should last about a month on standard mode. The battery can be recharged more than 300 times.


If you set the continuous light-up mode the battery will drain more quickly but it's a great mode to have active when going out to a bar or club. You can of course top up the battery the following day.


Product Features


Displays the time

3 user selectable light-up modes

Light-up animation feature (can be turned off)

USB rechargeable - connect to your computer

USB cable and screw driver included

Adjustable PU strap


Product Specifications


Minimum wrist size: 100mm (approx.)

Maximum wrist size: 210mm (approx.)

Case dimensions: 34.2 mm x 68 mm x 14.6 mm

Weight: 60 grams

Battery: PL402525 USB rechargeable battery

Japanese and English instructions

1 year warranty


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Comment from Teemto @ 2011/11/23
Checked out their website. They have some really cool watches.
Comment from Stefan Mileschin @ 2011/11/23
Originally Posted by Teemto View Post
Checked out their website. They have some really cool watches.
Indeed, and now they also have a short promotion: