Vivid green lights illuminate three separate screens as you touch the button to activate the time display. If you like cool watches, Kisai Console is a watch design you shouldn't miss out on.
Precision engineered from high quality stainless steel, Console features three carefully drilled zones, each fitted with a curved, smoked mineral crystal glass lens enabling the light to be clearly diffused within each segment to present the time.
Designed with a custom curve, the case achieves an accurate fit with the tapered wrist band creating a bracelet style appearance and is therefore a perfect fit for most wrist sizes.
Simple to read at a glance, Console's cool display separates time into three separate zones. Hours 1-12 are the shown by digits in the upper window. Five minute intervals are shown in the lower window progressing in a clockwise direction from bottom left and single minutes 1-4 are shown in the central window.
After touching the button, lights showing the current time will flash for several seconds to direct you. For more information about this cool watch, take a look at the diagram above and video below.
Kisai Console is a USB rechargeable watch design. The USB cap is fitted flush against the case and can be unscrewed with the screw driver provided. To charge, simply connect to your computer with the USB cable provided. One full charge will take 3.5 hours and each charge should last 1 month. There are 300 charges in one battery and the battery is replaceable. This is a cool function that means you won't need to replace the battery for many many years.
A cool, user selectable animation is programmed into Kisai Console for night time. Every fifteen minutes between 6PM and midnight, all LEDs will illuminate before fading out.
Kisai Console originated as a concept on the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog in February 2010.
Named Bright Time, it was voted as one of the most popular concepts and was developed based on feedback from fans. Thanks to your votes and comments, Kisai Console is now reality. You can see the original concept here.
If you have an idea for an original watch design, submit it to the Tokyoflash Design Challenge and there's a chance that your concept will become reality too.