Design submitted by Dietrich (Australia) & Peter (UK)
Dietrich & Peter say: “Tokoro” – a watch-box that’s also a clock! “Tokei” – a matching watch! We thought outside the box, and came up with…the box!
Do you have cool watches lying around that don’t have a home? Perhaps you need a suitably cool place to store them – a “Tokoro”, for instance? And how about a matching watch – a “Tokei” – to go with it? Tik-tok!
The “Tokoro” is a watch-box with a difference. Sleekly designed according to Tokyoflash parameters of ultra-coolness, it attempts to win the hearts of Kisai fans the world over. And it has a companion watch – the “Tokei”!!
– Ten alcoves in which to store your Tokyoflash (and other – heaven forbid!) treasures.
– See-through lid, so you can view your treasures. Which watch will you wear today?
– Time display, with alarm and date function. Use the Tokoro as a bed-side alarm clock!
– Quirky time-telling, as standard with any Tokyoflash product.
– Swipe lock with light-up feature. Brilliant!
– Inner and outer USB ports to charge your various items – be they phones, music players or radical Tokyoflash USB watches with breakfast-making capabilities. (Don’t put your breakfast in the Tokoro, though.)
– Inner and outer audio sockets. Feed the music from your mp3 player into the Tokoro, out through the Tokoro’s speakers and into the room!
– Stacking capabilities, should you exceed the 10…20…100 watch limit.
– Separate “stripped down” Tokoro available for storage only – “Tokoro X”.
– Different colours to choose from.
– Carry handle.
– Hinged lid, so Kisai logo remains upright when box is open.
– Battery/ USB/ mains powered.
– Optional matching watch – “Tokei” – as a companion! Yum!
Time-telling is dead easy for both Tokoro and Tokei.
Hours: The flashing outer segment points to the hours.
Tens of minutes: Each filled letter of “KISAI” represents ten minutes.
Minute units: Each filled dot on the KISAI logo represents a single minute.
Seconds: The flashing outer segment for the hours marks the seconds.
Date-telling is a piece of pie for both Tokoro and Tokei.
Months: Missing outer segment represents the month.
Tens of days: Each filled letter of “KISAI” represents ten days.
Day units: Each filled dot on the KISAI logo represents a single day.
Buy a Tokoro (and matching Tokei) today, and spare all your valuables the heartache of wear-and-tear!