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Tokyoflash taps the edge of timepieces

October 3, 2011

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Tokyoflash Japan has released another sleek wristwatch for cool cats and collectors.

The Kisai Rogue Touch is the design outfit’s first touch screen watch, with a hybrid LCD/LED face. It has no buttons on its polished gunmetal case. Rather, you tap on the screen to turn on its LED backlighting at night.

The watch, which costs about $180, displays two time zones simultaneously, and the time in complex bands of bars and blocks.

You also touch parts of the screen to set the time and alarms.

Tokyoflash’s weird, hard-to-figure-out watches are all limited editions. Once sold out, you can visit them at the company’s online Watch Museum.