Space voyagers are individuals with skill, determination and style. Which is why they choose the most futuristic watch for their inter-galactic travels: Kisai Light Speed, hyperspace for your wrist.
Lunar orange and asteroid blue LEDs are encapsulated within Light Speed's streamlined case, which is available in either black or white and features a curved, smoked black lens incorporating elevated zones to make the light bars stand out. Finished in gloss with matte detail, both styles have been carefully designed to be a perfect fit for most wrist sizes.
Light Speed is easy to read instantly thanks to the subtle numbering within the display, just visible through the flowing lights. Hours are displayed on the left side of the display. 1 o'clock is at the top, traveling down to 6 o'clock at the bottom. Then cross over and 7 o'clock is at the bottom traveling up to 12 o'clock at the top.
Minutes follow the same pattern on the right side of the display, progressing in groups of 3, from 3 minutes at the top, traveling down to 27 minutes at the bottom, crossing over to 30 minutes and returning to 57 minutes at the top. Two single minutes light up separately for precise timing. After touching the button, lights showing the current time will flash for several seconds to direct you. Simple to learn for budding space travellers.
For more information, take a look at diagram and video to the right.
Light Speed is USB rechargeable to ensure long lasting brightness, even out in distant galaxies. Just connect to your computer via USB. One full charge takes 3.5 hours and each charge should last 1 month. There are 300 charges in one battery and the battery is replaceable.
A high velocity animation is programmed into Light Speed. When activated, the blue lights illuminate and race up and down the display once every fifteen minutes between 18:00 and 24:00.