10 Days of CrunchGear: Timing in Tokyo

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Want to turn Japanese? How about an S-Mode Oberon IPB or Tokyoflash Infection from Tokyoflash. We’ve got one of each, so two winners total.

S-Mode Oberon IPB -Breaking through the atmosphere with the same velocity as its predecessor Titan, this high quality time piece has a radiance that can be seen from another cosmos.  The S-Mode series brings you a stunning wrist wear design featuring a sleek full-face black mineral crystal lens with contrasting white LEDs beneath.  Oberon is dark yet irresistible, housed in a streamlined black IP coated stainless steel case and complemented with a custom designed linked strap and bright white LED display.  The time is presented simply, with a single touch of the upper button. The outer ring of LEDs indicate the hour, the second ring indicates single minutes and the inner ring indicates minutes in groups of ten. The date can be read in a similar way with a second touch of the upper button. 

Tokyoflash Infection – Tokyoflash launches an original design combining sleek curves, tri-colored LEDs and a pulsating new display. Featuring a creatively designed full face mirrored lens and an innovative way to view time, no one is immune to Infection.  Housed in a smart new case, Infection is ergonomically designed to neatly fit the contours of your wrist, the tapered edges providing a smooth transition between the case and lens.  Twenty-seven multi-colored LEDs pulsate and move like cells across the curved face to present the time from beneath the attractive mirrored mineral crystal lens.  Finished with a matching leather band and stainless steel clasp, this is a flashy look that’s sure to get you noticed.  Twelve red LEDs indicate hours, eleven yellow LEDs represent the progression of time in groups of five minutes and four green LEDs show single minutes.  A single touch of the upper button animates the LEDs, a single touch of the lower button shows the time immediately.

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