Tokyoflash in the Media

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in the Movies Blockbuster movies using Tokyoflash watches as props.

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A collection of magazine reviews and articles on Tokyoflash over the years.

Magazines: 2004 September

Barcode LED Watch in Wave Magazine <back

The hottest new electronic gadgets from Japan doesn't take pictures. make phone calls. or require wireless internet to function. It's the PIMP watch from luxury watchmaker Tokyoflash. The pimp watches. available in several unique designs. all work in roughly the same way: You push a button. there are several seconds of random flashing from the super high powered LED lights and then the time is displayed as a series of lights that only you will be able to decode. This solid stainless-steel watch also randomly flashes the LEDs between 6pm and 1am - the time that you are most likely to be out pimpin. Each watch in the PIMP line goes for 16.000 yen (about $145) a steal given the craftsmanship and materials used. US residents can get one by traveling to Tokyo and seeking out a fine jeweler or by ordering direct through Tokyoflash's webpage.

Barcode Led Watch From Tokyoflash In Wave Magazine 01



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