Complex in appearance yet simple in practice, Kisai Rogue Touch brings Touch Screen Technology to a watch along with a host of other features.
Its hybrid LCD/LED display gives you the best of both worlds: no need to press a button, but will light up on demand.
With an ever present LCD display in a choice of four colors, the time in two time zones can be read at a glance but can also be illuminated with bright LEDs with a touch.
The watch boasts two time zones, seconds, date, alarm, an animation feature, LED light, audio feedback (beep when touched) & of course touch screen operation.
The touch screen display has 4 hot-zones (top, bottom, left, right) that you simply touch with your finger to change modes; time, alarm, date, light up.
Part of the attraction of this watch is its seemingly unfathomable display. So many dials and lines look bewildering at first glance, but as with all Tokyoflash watches there's a simple method, which becomes second nature very quickly.
Around the outside of the display are 12 large blocks which indicate the current hour in the same position as hours on a regular clock. Just inside that are smaller dots for the minutes 1-60. The two centre most rings show time zone 2: hours and minutes.
Available in green, blue, red or natural LCD, Kisai Rogue Touch is a limited edition wrist watch design that would be a great fashion accessory whether at a business meeting or at a bar with friends.
Kisai Rogue Touch also has an animation feature that can be turned on or off. When activated, the animation will appear once every five minutes.
The custom designed case & strap have a polished gunmetal surface. It's an unusual coloring: highly polished black metal with a subtle bronze tint depending how the light catches it. It's a beautiful finish that oozes quality.
The mineral crystal lens is slightly recessed creating a striking contrast between the screen and case.
Kisai Rogue Touch originated as a concept on the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog in November 2010. It was voted as one of the most popular concepts by fans on the blog and was developed based on feedback provided. Kisai Rogue Touch is now reality. Find out more about the original concept on the Tokyoflash Design Studio BLOG.