The inventive and simple to read Kisai Upload watch from Tokyoflash Japan has an LCD display that looks like a cryptic arrangement of lines and blocks. Tilt your wrist and the digital time can be read clearly at a glance.
Kisai Upload has USB memory in the form of a replaceable MicroSD card so that you can securely store data on your wrist. The watch also features date, alarm, LED backlighting and is available in eight different colors.
The "always on" LCD display presents the time digitally in hours, minutes, seconds and hundredths of a second. Tilt the watch away from you at an angle and the time display becomes easily readable. The concept is the same as that used in road markings where words are stretched but can be read from a low angle. The digital time from a different perspective.
Push the lower button and the date will be displayed; you can set the date in one of three different formats. Push the upper button to activate the colored LED backlight, a great function for night time.
Kisai Upload comes with a 2GB MicroSD card which can be replaced with any capacity card available. To transfer data to and from the watch, just connect to your computer with the USB cable provided. This saves carrying multiple USB drives and means you always know your data is secure on your wrist. To replace the MicroSD card, simply unscrew the case back and slide in the new card.
Made from high quality stainless steel with a brushed finish, Kisai Upload 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 3-4 months. There are more than 300 charges in one battery and the standard LIR2032 battery is replaceable. Kisai Upload also has an adjustable strap.
Each part of Kisai Upload has been individually designed and manufactured, including the case, strap and uniquely programmed display. Like all watches from Tokyoflash Japan it is limited edition which means that it is guaranteed to be an original design that not many other people own.
Kisai Upload originated as a concept on the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog in July 2011. It was voted as one of the most popular concepts by fans on the blog and was developed based on feedback provided. Kisai Upload is now reality. Find out more about the original concept on the Tokyoflash Design Studio BLOG.