TokyoFlash has just released the Kisai Round-Trip, a colorful watch with a few tricks up its sleeve. The the $170 watch is USB-powered and you tell the time by reading the inside ring for hours, outer ring for three minute intervals, and two pips for individual minutes. It’s pretty rough to read.
Hours are displayed in the inner ring in orange, in the same position as hours on a clock face. Minutes are displayed in the outer ring in blue in three minute intervals in the same position as minutes on a clock face. Green LEDs show two single minutes at the bottom of the display. Check out the interactive operating guide below to learn more.
Interestingly, the watch is also powered via USB so you can charge it on the road. It’s an odd choice but I suppose TokyoFlash is realizing all these fancy lights take a little bit of power.