This unique Kisai Blade Watch by Tokyoflash, inspired by aviation and automotive themes, features a custom made turbine-style lens beneath which digital tube LEDs rotate like a propellor to display the time.

The Kisai Blade is framed by an industrial-looking sandblasted stainless steel case with brushed detail.

Don't worry about changing the battery, the Kisai Blade is USB rechargeable. To recharge, connect to your computer with the USB cable provided. One full charge will take 3.5 hours and each charge should last 1 month.

If you're looking for a watch that simply tells the time, then Tokyoflash Watches are probably not for you. They design wearable art, many people don't appreciate art but many people do.

Please allow 3-6 days for shipping. 

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  • December 2, 2015 - December 7, 2015
  • 30 day returns. View details


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  2. Luc @lucmainguy

    Horridly ugly. unfortunately Tokyoflash watches look incredibly cheap. Just look at the gold finish...

  3. Andris Batraks @andrisbatraks

    I have the Kasai Neutron, and although the LED's lights bleed into neighbouring 'cells' a bit too much to be considered "perfect", the build quality is orders of magnitude better than comparable LED watches, such as my older Stealth LED watch from ThinkGeek, that watches Crome finish wore off within months, and then the electronics failed, causing the watch to reset whenever I pressed a button at a certain angle - the Kasai Neutron has shown no signs of failure in design or electronics as of yet; so @lucmainguy your wrong, the build quality is actually quite good on TokyoFlash products, that 'gold finish' is actually more similar to a brushed metal finish than the typical glossy gold that standard watches usually have - welcome to the new world of futuristic watches. Enjoy.

  4. Marcin Nizioł @niziolmarcin

    awsom !

  5. 半桶金的人 @DreamKong


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