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May 09, 2014

An LED Watch made of… Wood?

Tokyoflash’s bread and butter as a company is to come up with unconventional (and sometimes difficult-to-decipher) timepieces and it seems that they haven’t lost their touch one bit as they unveiled one of their latest creations, the Kisai Night Vision Wood

tokyoflash night vision wood

At first glance, the Kisai Night Vision Wood may come off as nothing but a wooden wristband shaped like a wristwatch. But at the heart of its it wooden frame lies a handful of LED lights which lights up to tell you the time with one push of a button.

Here’s a show clip that demonstrates the Kisai Night Vision Wood in action:

Another notable feature of this wooden wristwatch that was not mentioned in the video is its battery life. According to Tokyoflash, it takes roughly around 3.5 hours for the Kisai Night Vision Wood to be fully charged, but a single full charge will last you for at least a month.

The Tokyoflash Kisai Night Vision Wood is available in two variants, Maple and Dark Sandal. Consumers can also choose from three colors of LED lights (Red, Green or Blue) to pair with their watch. Do note though that stocks for this watch is limited, so it’s best if you get yours as soon as possible. It currently retails for USD149 and you can purchase one through Tokyoflash’s website.

Source: YouTube

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11 Responses to “An LED Watch made of… Wood?”

  1. benchmark says:

    the numbers looks like yung sa ticking bomb ng Predator (movie) heheheh

    well I wonder if this is something like water resistant, I mean kapag pinagpawisan ba, hinde kaya masira agad to?

    Nice piece…very unique. :)

  2. Grammar says:

    Wrong grammar ang title.. It should be “A LED watch…” not “An LED watch…”

    • wagkamagmarunong says:

      minali pa ang tama. wag ka magmarunong ikaw ang mali

    • Justin says:

      @Grammar: Hehe… Bro, actually, you’re the one who’s wrong. The use of ‘a’ and ‘an’ is based on the pronunciation of the succeeding word. In this case, the succeeding word is LED (pronounced as “L E D” not “led”). “L” = “el”, so the use of ‘An’ is correct.

    • Are you sure? says:

      Yes it is “An LED…”

      Rules on the use of article is based not on spelling but sound..

    • O anu ka ngayon? says:

      You were saying?

    • abuzalzal says:

      An EL, Ee, Dee …

      Diyosko. Grammar. Haha. You had me cracking there

      Pahiya quote of the day

  3. Hen-Sheen says:

    I have one thing to say: “In the Line of Fire”

  4. buwango says:

    An LASER* ba o a LASER ba?
    An LTO License ba o a LTo License
    :)

    Also Watch na ito ANAY at BUKBOK free

    *light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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