Will the new Tokyo Flash watch be easier to read

First published: 05-05-2010

The concept design for a new Tokyo Flash watch has been unveiled by the brand.

Tokyo Flash''s new Sensha timepiece has been designed so that it is not as cryptic as other offerings from the manufacturer and may even be possible to read at a glance.

Hours, groups of five minutes and single minutes are shown in three distinct circles on the watch face.

Although only a concept design, the striking green interface against a black background is complemented by the stainless steel casing and strap, which helps to maintain the Tokyo Flash watch distinctive futurist and space-age feel.

At the end of last month, a similar offering saw Tokyo Flash use hexagonal blue and green shapes to determine the hours, minutes and seconds in an easy-to-read manner.

The supersonic, unlike the Sensha, is housed in an all-black casing and watch strap, with a smoked black lense.


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