The minimal appearance of Kisai Night Vision Wood will have people wondering why your watch has no hands.
Press the button and all will be revealed. LEDs concealed beneath the wood surface will shine through to display the time.
Easy to read at a glance, the watch has time & date functions, an alarm and a light-up animation. Made of natural wood, you can choose from dark sandalwood or maple with blue, red or green LEDs.
A Minimal LED Watch Design With A Unique Time Display
Kisai Night Vision Wood is one of the easiest to read watches from Tokyoflash Japan. Take a look at the diagram below.
Hours are shown in the outer ring in the same position as hours on a clock, the flashing light in the ring indicates the current hour. Minutes are shown digitally in the centre.
The date is shown in the same way, touch the lower button and the month will be shown in the outer ring and the date digitally in the centre.
For more information, take a look at the video demonstration below. A PDF user manual is featured on this page which includes more detailed information.
A Light, Wooden Wrist Watch With An Original Hexagonal Form
Kisai Night Vision Wood has been carefully crafted from 100% natural wood in very limited quantities. One of its most attractive features is the laminated watch face which is recessed against the uniquely shaped case.
The watch has an adjustable strap and weighs just 60 grams, a lightweight watch design suitable for small and large wrists.
Like all wood watches from Tokyoflash Japan, a clear coating has been applied to Kisai Night Vision Wood for protection and durability.
A USB Rechargeable LED Watch Design
Kisai Night Vision Wood is a USB rechargeable watch. To recharge, connect to your computer with the USB cable provided. One full charge will take 3.5 hours and each charge should last 1 month. There are 300 charges in one battery and the standard LIR2032 battery is replaceable.
LED Light Up Animation
A light-up animation has been programmed into Kisai Night Vision Wood which can be activated to light up once every 15 minutes between 6pm and midnight. See the video below for a demonstration.