Tokyo Flash unleash their latest time keepers

Ari Stein Reader Find

By Ari Stein in New Products on Wednesday 1 October 2008

We have featured Tokyo Flash watches before but they recently launched a new generation of time keepers, which are innovative and ahead of its time [pun intended]. The first new watch is the Rogue, which has a vivid green LED light guide that presents the time through a labyrinth of connecting LCD blocks. The outer ring of small dots represents minutes, with every fifth dot being slightly smaller to distinguish five minute groups.

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Tokyo Flash watches

Ari Stein Reader Find

By Ari Stein in New Design on Thursday 10 July 2008

We used to depend on sundials back in the day, but now there are multiple ways to tell the time. And Tokyo Flash has just invented another one. Based on LED technology, these watches are not only stylish but futuristic and wildly innovative. They even have a watch from minimalist designer Naoto Fukasawa that is […]

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Cassette watch

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Products on Saturday 31 May 2008

It doesn’t transform or actually play music, but this watch with a face that looks like a cassette tape, is still pretty cool.

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The Diesel Basel collection

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Products on Wednesday 16 April 2008

I’m not a watch wearer, but if I was, then I’d be rocking the wickedly cool new range of Diesel timepieces. The Basel 2008 collection is a sparkling, futuristic, retrotastic anagram of style, character and precision — of the digital variety. My favorite? The 1980s-themed watch above, with its ‘silver metallic leather cuff’ and ‘reflective shine’.

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Marc Newson

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Products on Tuesday 21 November 2006

Australian-born creative, Marc Newson, is considered to be one of the most influential designers of the past few decades. Having originally studied jewellery and sculpture at Sydney College of the Arts, ‘he started experimenting with furniture design as a student and, after graduating in 1984, was awarded a grant from the Australian Crafts Council, and staged an exhibition — featuring the Lockheed Lounge — at the Roslyn Oxley Gallery in Sydney’.

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