Patrick says: I was with my cell phone far from an electrical outlet and I said myself: “if my cell phone had a crank to reload it, I would not be deprived.” Tokyoflash manufacture watches out of wooden, then why not with crank?
Robert says: I wanted to create an analog-like 24 hour watch with hour hand and minute hands with sub-dials, but using the popular 12-11-4 digital time form. And I absolutely wanted to avoid the overlaps of the hands! The challenge was complex. The two-sided hour hand was the key.
Anders says: I recently found this half-finished concept rattling about on my hard drive. I’d left it because I wasn’t sure if it was worth submitting, but when I found it there was a cry of ‘let the public decide’, so I finished it and here it is!
Sam says: t³ stands for tactile triangle time. The t³ is also a hint for the third dimension that this watch concept takes advantage of. I like watches and concepts with a tactile interface and really liked to make my own.
Valentin says: I came up with this idea from the volume button on my stereo. It pops out when you press on it for fm am options. I also always liked see threw watches so this one that i designed has tinted glass on the sides that reveal the inside of the watch if you look closely. It also has a circular glass on the bottom.
Logan says: I interpreted Tokyoflash’s slogan, “change the way you think about time,” as a design challenge: create a watch that will convince a traditionalist that there are advantages to thinking differently about time.