The time is triangle past the polygon

The Tokyoflash Kisai Polygon watch is wonderful to look at, but a challenge to read. Want to find out how it's done? Read on…

If the hour and minute hands on your watch just don't pose a challenge any more, Tokyoflash has the answer in the form of the Kisai Polygon. The watch face is divided up into geometric shapes – a ring of triangles surrounding a hexagon, cleverly concealing the time.

The faces around the edge of the watch illuminate to represent the hour and the nearest 10 minutes, while the individual minute appears in the central polygon. Confused? Check out the video below for a full explanation.

The Tokyoflash Kisai Polygon is available with black, blue, mirror or pink LCD faces on a black or stainless steel bezel and strap, priced £60 until Thursday and £80 thereafter.

[via Engadget]

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