The Tokyo flash Night Vision watch looks at first glance to be typically Tokyoflash-difficult to read, but it is probably one of the more ‘normal’ designs it has done.
It looks like it’s a LED-lit logo rather than a timepiece, but really, it’s just a blend of analogue-style watch and digital watch. In digital form.
The lights around the outside mimic the hour hand on a ‘regular’ watch, while in the centre there’s no need to decipher, it’s simply lights forming two digits.
Don’t see it yet from the pictures? Then read on.
How do you tell the time on the Tokyo flash Night Vision?
As ever, the helpful folk have published a picture that explains how the elements of time have been broken down on the watchface – see the picture below.
As with all of this company’s concept designs, you can comment on its design aspects on the Tokyoflash blog. And who knows, they may well go ahead and make this watch move from concept to purchasable item.
At the time of writing, the comments for this design are strongly favourable.
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