Kisai Satellite: Another Crazy Concept That Becomes Reality

The Kisai Satellite was showcased on the Tokyoflash design blog last May and since it was one of their most popular designs, they’ve made it a reality. The popularity of these watches is determined by the users, meaning that a lot of users voted for it so this is why it’s being built.

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Yes, of course, this being Tokyoflash, you need to consult the manual in order to be able to read the time. It kind of beats the point of having a watch, but hey, does your watch light up like a Christmas tree? Probably not!

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The Kisai Satellite is a USB-rechargeable watch. Just like other Tokyoflash USB watches, the recharge takes 3.5 hours and lasts for about a month. Each battery is good for 300 charges (25 years!). The Kisai Satellite watch from Tokyoflash is available in black with blue or green LEDs or in white with blue or green LEDs. It costs $93.79.

[via Tokyoflash]

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