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Tokyoflash Releases The (Readable) Kisai Stencil Watch

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Thank heavens: finally a Tokyoflash that you can read immediately without depending on a manual or detailed instructions. The Stencil is a fan design that uses for LCD blocks to display the current time and date in a very “bubble letter” sort of way.

Designer Heather Sable wrote:

I found that I had a knack for creating read-at-a-glance designs with cryptic looking, yet easy to read digits. I designed the digits for this concept by starting with rectangular shapes, and cutting out unnecessary pieces using line segments and dots. By arranging them into four quadrants with some connecting lines, the display appears to be just a bunch of stencilled in lines and dots, while if you read the background, you can see the digits clearly.

The watch looks surprisingly big and comes in multiple colors and styles, including a hot mirrored LCD design that adds a little bling to what would be considered standard digital watch. The watch is available now for $99.

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