I’ve always liked transparent things especially cases for gadgets, but I’ve never thought about a watch with a transparent display. TokyoFlash has just launched the Kisai Spider watch which features a transparent LCD display and looks like a spider web. This is one of those watches where I find it hard to read the time, but of course TokyoFlash is known for these types of watches, and just because I can’t read it doesn’t mean no one else can. I don’t know, I like to look at a watch and just be able to read the time and not have to work for it. That being said, the watch does look great and I do like the design and I’m sure if I had it I’d figure out how to read the time quickly and easily. The price is $109 until Friday and below you’ll find pictures, info and link to video as well..

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Tokyoflash Japan has just released a new version of its Kisai Spider watch, Kisai Spider Acetate.
Here’s a brief description of the watch:
“The innovative Kisai Spider Acetate watch uses transparent LCD to create the illusion that time is floating on your wrist. Four numbers arranged from large to small display the digital time in an original and intuitive way. Kisai Spider comes in pure white acetate with a matching PU strap and black, green, blue or red LCD.”

Available at the special release price of $109 (€81, £69) until Friday December 13th at 11:00am Japan time.
there is a video demo of the watch here on our YouTube channel.