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Awesome concept well realised! I love the different modes and the simple style. Winner for sure! 5 stars and yeah baby!
Pete! Thank you
+I love the look of the display, and fun of evergreen game theme time telling method. Different difficulty modes, interesting.
-However, I’m neither too lonely nor too genius to play this extra fun just to tell the time.
Nice cooperation, but I’m afraid to say that the result is too complicated. I’d be honest, 4* and No from me pal. Hope the rest will love it. Goodluck to both of you.
Oh well, awesome presentation.
No problem Fir. We appreciate honest comments. We knew, it won’t be everyone’s taste and degree of difficulty. So we expanded the experience by giving the opportunity to learn (or to get used to it). Thanks for your comment and for your luck wishing
I dont think the digits in a row mode is too difficult.
At first I was really confused how this watch works & usually I am quite quick to learn with TF watches.
But then, after some thought, I got it!
Now it seems really simple & logical. for a TF watch I would say its Medium difficulty … & some people like that.
Anyway, the watch could easily have a ‘super easy’ mode where the blocks are just digits 5:37 & then everyone is happy.
First of all thanks for taking the time to get learn. It’s really required. That’s the experience we hoped to achieve. The super easy mode is a good idea, thanks for telling. Here you have it: super easy!
te la mamasstee!!!! pretty cool, simple, i love it!!! 5 definitively YES!! i want one, please take this design TF!!! 7ron design isnt as cool as this one and you took it!! ccoomee oon!!!!
Oh nice thank you! That’s quite a statement. My spanish is like non-existent, but I appreciate the “!!!!”
Wowzas! cool stuff coming from these collaborations. I dig it. Bit difficult at first, and I would definitely keep it on ‘easy’ mode, but who doesn’t LOVE Tetris? Buzz-killington, that’s who. 5/y! GL!
Woohoo thank you Cory! Yeah, its a classic that influenced generations! At least two It’s good, you found your mode. You will see, if you keep it on ‘easy’ mode for a year and then try out the other ones, just for fun, it could work for you.
wow, this is really an awesome idea – tetris is an all-time classic game, and it’s really cool to co-opt it into your watch design like this. I would love to have this watch! the game mode is difficult, but extremely cool!
Thank you Evan! Hm, gaming might be less comfortable than on the Gameboy, but it kills time
So that I love is just great, the game married to the modern collector, it’s necessary to réalize this watch TKF “Please”
Merci beaucoup Alain! I agree, and Heather does too I think
Yes, I am in complete agreement.
I love this concept – gaming aspect is great and the dispay looks awesome and the different time methods add to the fun. Personally (from a Tetris addict’s POV) I would want to be able to play the game too? I would definately buy it, although would be hoping its not too big for my girly wrist.
Hi Keiron! First of all, we do suggest a game mode Second of all, thanks for sharing your thoughts!
awesome, i hope to see this soon. I’d love it.
Wow, are you mathematician? Aleph -1… is that even possitble? Anyway,
thank you for the comment Daniela!
Awesome concept! love it..great job
THIS WILL BE A PERFECT TOKYO FLASH WATCH..PLEASE MAKE IT HAPPEN TOKYO FLASH
CAPS ARE A GOOD SIGN! Aaron, thanks man!
I need a watch like this. I still can’t believe I’ve been living my whole life without it.
Hahaha, that’s nice
Black with blue: love at first sight!
Thank you Laszlo!!
Now I want this so I can read time and play tetris.
Thanks for telling!!
Not long left now guys, lets hope TF see the potential! Best of luck to you both!
Thank you Pete!
And also thanks to all who shared their thoughts. It’s a fun watch with a difficulty you can pick and it seems it works fine No matter what happens to this concept (we’re crossing our fingers!), it’s not the last time you heard/read about Heather & Sam.