As time changes, so does Kisai Logo's display, morphing into imaginative shapes that show the time in a very simple way.
With a mirrored LCD interface, a stainless steel and acetate case and strap, Kisai Logo features time, date, alarm, EL backlighting as well as binary time, for the geek within.
Kisai Logo is easy to read at a glance because it has an 'always on' display. Hours are shown by blocks around the outside of the screen in approximately the same position as hours on a clock. Minutes are shown digitally in the centre.
One push of the lower button changes the display to date mode, with the month on the outside and date in the centre. Logo can also show the time in binary - ideal for the scientist, math genius or computer hacker - see the video below to learn more.
Kisai Logo is a stainless steel watch that uses inlayed acetate to add color. Acetate is a strong material with a deep gloss, similar to ceramic or lacquerware. Choose from black, white or the 'very limited edition' blue woodgrain - perfect for wearing with your favorite pair of Jeans. Acetate is a light material making Kisai Logo really comfortable to wear.
As well as time and date, Kisai Logo has an alarm mode and EL backlighting - so you can check the time at night. Kisai Logo also features a custom designed animation which can be turned on or off and brings the display to life once every 15 minutes. See the video demo below to see this in action.
Kisai Logo has an adjustable strap making it suitable for small and large wrists and uses a standard CR2025 watch battery which will last at least 12 months and can easily be replaced.
Each part of Kisai Logo has been individually designed and manufactured, including the case, strap and uniquely programmed display. Like all watches from Tokyoflash Japan it is a limited edition design which means that it is guaranteed to be an original watch that not many other people own.
Binary numbers date back to ancient times but it is also the basis of all modern computers; using 0 & 1 (or OFF & ON) to represent numbers.Kisai Logo features a hidden binary mode which you can activate if you prefer a more cryptic looking display.