(English) Design submitted by Genghis from France.
A minimalistic watch design concept with a strong personality, the LED lines on this watch seems to be cutting the solid metal case into two parts. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Andy from Ukraine.
Andy was looking on different ethnic patterns and images that create a kaleidoscope and got the idea that stencil can be structured in a chaotic image on the LED display that could create an image of a set of points. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Anna from Australia.
Anna came up with this idea when thinking about popular culture and icons which represent current times. Whether positively or negatively, fast food seems to affect most people and seems to have become a mainstay in everyone’s lives. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Heather from the USA.
Heather designed a ladies watch that would look sexy, stylish, and feminine whether displaying the time or not. The watch resembles a simple zebra print bracelet when time is not displayed. The black and white is good for everyday use because it goes with almost everything. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Juan from the USA.
There is no need to add or do math with this watch design. All you need to know is that blue arrow points to the first digit, followed by red, yellow, and green. Date follows the same pattern – two digits for the month and another two for the day. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
As with Laslo’s previous submission of barcoded watch design, this concept can either be made in LED or e-paper. It is a retouch of the classic Eleeno 1259 watch with display for seconds. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design Submitted by Heather Sable from USA.
I wanted to develop an idea for a fun interactive watch. Inspired by the game Simon, this watch tells you the time by lighting up colored buttons in a particular order. If you cannot tell the time by simply following the animated light display, you can play the memory game to display the time digitally. (or, if you give up, press a different button that automatically displays the time digitally.)
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(English) Design submitted by Akinori from Japan.
This watch concept is designed to fit your day-to-day mood. The whole watch is completely reversible – one side showing a full leather watch and solid metal steel for the reversed side. Hours and minutes are shown in liquid crystal displays on the sides of the watch face. Time is displayed into blocks to be able to read time even in reversed mode. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Lee from the USA.
Composed entirely of right angles, time on this watch design is easy to tell. The 12 square LEDs on the left represent the hours, the middle ones represent 10 minutes group, and each of the 9 square LEDs on the right represent a single minute. The LEDs can light up in green, blue, or red. Switching between colors can be easily done with just a touch of a button. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Devindh from UK.
The idea for this watch design is mainly inspired by current fashion trends and Sci-Fi. It is also an indirect homage to “jump hour” style watches.
The main case is in the form of a buckle that has 2 straps from the main cuff feeding through it. 60 raised dots denote seconds and 12 raised bars represent hours. The arrow that points to the seconds has 5 divisions, one for each dot in the row of 5. The bars illuminate one by one until 15 minutes have past then it ‘jumps’ to the next row. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Scott from UK.
This concept was voted as one of the most popular designs by fans on the blog and thanks to your votes has become reality and is now available to buy here exclusively at Tokyoflash Japan.
This watch design takes its inspiration from one of Scott’s favorite films as a kid, TRON, and from his Pimp Pimpin Ain’t Easy watch. He wants something that will get noticed when it lights up and that’s why he came up with an electroluminescence strip around the whole watch strap. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.
This watch concept came from dials in a car or aircraft. Anders started thinking of air travel, crossing time zones then he came up with the idea of a time zone quick-adjust, a wheel on the watch which can be spun to quickly change the time plus or minus 12 hours. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
This unique watch design from Laszlo could be made in LED or e-paper – both making strong and solid statements. Date and time are displayed in barcodes and digits. Barcode is changing every second showing the actual time including the seconds. Straps and casing are made from stainless steel which enhances the barcoded watch face. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Maciej from Poland.
Maciej says of his watch design – “My idea was to keep things simple, clean, efficient as possible, but still innovative and has a Tokyoflash style. I wanted to create something that has one simple shape and pattern which goes around the watch without any crazy colors or shapes. Something that is modest and outstanding at the same time”. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
This solar watch uses its free energy to light up a twine on a transparent LED membrane. The single vertical line goes through curves and ribbons, and forms the four numbers to show time. A solar cell saves up energy to the battery and ensures continuous function. Case and straps blend together making the watch look like it’s made in one metal piece. The smooth strap ends are magnetic so there is no need for any lock mechanism. Read the rest of this entry »