Check out the Kisai Seven LED watch that sports a futuristic look and will surely get you a lot of attention. Kisai Seven watch is just like any other regular watch except that it makes use of the LED curves with dark sports that point to minutes and hours. This might look a bid weird at the first glance but you can easily tell the time.
Well this is one watch that does not have any hands (seconds, minutes and hours) in fact it does not even display any information in digital format. But once you know how to read the time it is as easy as 1, 2, 3. There are basically 3 LED areas with 2 pulsating rings of light. The dark spots in the inner ring indicate the hours and the same on the outer ring indicates the minutes. The top and bottom LED’s (L shaped) indicate exact minutes (i.e. 1 to 4) see image below.
This watch with the blue pulsating light trailing around your wrist will remind you of the movie TRON in fact the design was inspired from it. Scott Galloway came up with the idea that was then made into reality. The LED display has been uniquely programmed and this is limit edition design so only a few can own it.
The Kisai Seven LED watch comes with 3 different LED modes (Continuous, 30 Seconds, 5 minutes). In continuous mode the LED keeps pulsating constantly whereas in the 30 seconds and 5 minutes mode the LED lights up and then fades out once every 30 seconds or 5 minutes. You can also keep the LED switched off all the time and by pressing a button the pulsating ring of lights will show you the time and fade away.
This futuristic watch comes with built in re-chargeable battery that can be charged using USB port. It takes about 3 hours to fully charge the battery that will last for about a month in standby mode. If you choose the continuous mode the battery will drain off much faster.
The watch weighs just 60 grams and comes with adjustable PU (polyurethane) strap. The watch is available in blue or white LED. This watch is priced at $139 (available now for $99 for limited period only).
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