Tokyoflash Japan is releasing the Kisai Quasar, a dramatic looking timepiece with multiple high-tech features.
The hexagon-shaped watch face features a geometric, patterned display which conceals the time, giving it striking visual appeal. The timepiece also has an alarm, stop watch, animation and an EL backlight for maximum readability.
Born from a concept on the Tokyoflash Japan blog, the Kisai Quasar has three time display modes, each with a 12 or 24-hour clock option. The number mode relies on standard digits to show the time, which is revealed with the press of a button, whilst the pattern mode conceals them in a web of lines following the shape of each number.
Finally, the animation option moves between the number and pattern modes, resulting in an intriguing zoom effect.
The unisex watch is made from stainless steel with a polished finish is offered in all-black, or silver with black accents and is offered with a blue, red, green or mirrored display.