Tokyo Flash Finally Makes An Easy-to-Read Watch—Once You Figure It Out

By Andrew Tarantola on at

I'll admit it, it's been nearly a month since I covered Tokyo Flash's Kisai Optical Illusion watch and I still can't read the damn thing (it's a schooner, I'm told). But the Japanese company's latest user-submitted design is actually quite easy to interpret (hint: it isn't Morse code).

Dubbed the Stencil LCD Watch, it features a two-colour LED display in ten colour variations with either a black or white band. The watch offers the standard fare of time, date, alarm and backlight functionality. Just like the Optical Illusion, the Stencil LCD also started as a concept on the Tokyo Flash Design Studio Blog, this time designed by an American maths teacher. It costs £63. [Tokyoflash via OhGizmo]