August 19th, 2011
Design submitted by Logan from the USA.
This watch design is a continuous-band watch like Tokyoflash Fire or Shinshoku, but the pattern of the holes/LEDs is essentially a binary tree. This makes it easier to read the minutes by comparing to the obvious locations of minutes 2, 4, 8, 16, and 32. Read the rest of this entry »
August 18th, 2011
Design submitted by Gordon from the USA.
This watch design was inspired by the old Motorola Razor phone which at the time was thin sleek and very industrial looking. Read the rest of this entry »
August 17th, 2011
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: “I wanted to come up with a car related wrist watch design. An F1 steering wheel seemed to lend itself as it not only has various displays and buttons but the wheel itself gives a means to attach a strap. Read the rest of this entry »
August 16th, 2011
Design submitted by Calvin from the UK.
Calvin wanted to make a watch that use words alongside Tokyoflash style of futuristic time telling. Read the rest of this entry »
August 15th, 2011
Design submitted by Sauvage from France.
Sauvage bought the Kisai Rogue SR2 and thought of an LCD triangular concept that technically works much the same way. Read the rest of this entry »
August 12th, 2011
Design submitted by Firdaus from Malaysia.
Dimension art, geometry, and angles are what inspired Firdaus’s new watch concept. The design also has a little artistic element of kites and octopus. Read the rest of this entry »
August 11th, 2011
Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
A clever watch design from Laszlo here which uses e-ink technology to display the time and date. This watch design is very simple to read as you can see from the images below. The time is shown digitally using shapes that are very close to real numbers. It would certainly be easy to get the hang of quite quickly. Read the rest of this entry »
August 10th, 2011
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: “I had the idea to connect all watch hands in a row and giving “the analog watch” a new interpretation. The result is a polyline which crosses the display and bends in different ways. This gives the watch design a unique looking face. Read the rest of this entry »
August 9th, 2011
Kisai 3D Unlimited is the fifth concept to become reality from the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog. The concept was originally featured on the blog in March 2010.
Thanks to your votes, Kisai 3D Unlimited has become reality and is now available to buy here in a choice of seven color variations. Read the rest of this entry »
August 8th, 2011
Design submitted by Rachid from Switzerland.
After reading different comments on Rachid’s previous design, Always 10:10 LED Analog Watch Design, he decided to redesign the concept with a different approach. Read the rest of this entry »
August 5th, 2011
A new concept from the Tokyoflash Design Studio.
Customization is the theme with this concept watch design. Watches from Tokyoflash Japan are all original, unique designs but this design idea takes personalization to a different level.
The watch module is a touch screen LCD display and is a self contained unit, so it can be easily transferred between different watch cases, allowing you to more freedom to choose a color and a shape that suits you. You could even collect a number of watch cases and wear a different one each day. Read the rest of this entry »
August 4th, 2011
Design submitted by Cory from the USA.
Cory says: “Binary data trees are an interesting way to display data. After toying around with different binary tree structures, I found one that seems to display the time in an interesting and original manner”. Read the rest of this entry »
August 3rd, 2011
Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
This radar inspired analog watch design from Laszlo has three color variants in a solid round stainless steel casing with a perforated front panel. Read the rest of this entry »
August 2nd, 2011
Design submitted by Nemoto san from Japan.
This watch design is a redefined version of the NEMOTO Vibration Watch. Basically, time in Morse Code is told by the vibrating display of the watch, but now Nemoto san has made a more intuitive way of telling time. Read the rest of this entry »
August 1st, 2011
Design submitted by Peter from UK.
The idea for this watch design was based on a kids toy which consisted of a clear plastic packet of iron filings that could be manipulated with a magnet to create images or decorate pre-determined images. Read the rest of this entry »