Design submitted by Dr. Gäbler from Germany.
Dr. Gäbler says: The idea came up in the discussion with my daughter Marianne. It was the intention to save the design of the “Pimpin’ ain’t easy” watches, in an new extraordinary miniaturisation. My Brother, an architect, was helping with the Design and CAD.
Continue reading Ring watch inspired by PIMP™
Design submitted by Patrick from France.
Patrick says: Often my friends tell me that at Tokyoflash watches are very beautiful, but they are complicated to decipher. So for once (the exception proves the rule), I reflected on a watch very easy to read, so that as many can benefit from advanced technology and unique know-how of the team Tokyoflash.
Continue reading Talking watch with Music Player
Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.
Lloyd says: “Dotrix” is an LCD concept watch that displays the time and date with a code that uses unique patterns of dots to represent numbers.
Continue reading DOTRIX LCD watch: Cryptic, but intuitive.
Kisai X is the latest concept design to become reality from the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog. The concept was posted on the blog back in December 2011 and was jointly designed by Firdaus Rohman from Malaysia and Heather Sable from the USA. Continue reading Kisai X – Concept to Reality
Design submitted by Sam from Gemany.
Sam says: t³ stands for tactile triangle time. The t³ is also a hint for the third dimension that this watch concept takes advantage of. I like watches and concepts with a tactile interface and really liked to make my own.
Continue reading t³ : Tactile Triangle Time
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: I was being dragged around the shops by my better half over the xmas period and saw some very nice modern xmas tree globes which were made from a single strip of metal formed into a sphere, they looked like a peeled orange for want of a better description. Continue reading Peel conceals watch in wrist bangle.
Design submitted by Heather from the USA.
Heather says: I started to think about a cool way to show numbers by making use of the negative space. So I tilted the digits, and zoomed in, cutting off the upper left and bottom right corner of each digit, which surprisingly does not affect the ability to identify them.
Continue reading ZooM LCD watch gets up close with time.