Watchmaking is one of the fields that the tech savvy are constantly trying to upgrade. And they have a very high rate of success in doing so, considering the fact that there are only few companies left to produce watches that won't look like miniature spaceships or hyalin metallic structures. The mechanisms that used to make a watch have changed throughout time and most of the products that bear this name today are far from looking like traditional watches.
Tokyoflash has always been known for its intriguing watches, with a complex and hard-to-read design, but a very elevated factor of coolness, at the same time. One of the models that have caused a frenzy among watches of its type is the Galaxy.
If you wear this wrist watch, you'll see time differently, literally. Featuring a powerful formation of multi-colored light bars, developed using digital tube technology, Galaxy presents the time in a very innovative manner. And unlike most of the Tokyoflash wrist watches, the Galaxy's sole function is to display the time.
Housed in a sleek, newly designed polished IP silver case and finished with a custom linked, brushed silver strap with polished detail, this design offers you the chance to wear a fashion statement, unlikely to be seen before, as its manufacturer boasts.
The cryptic looking display is deceptively easy to read: one touch of the upper button initiates a programmed animation of light, and then presents the time. Twelve yellow bars represent hours in a clock wise direction, eleven red bars represent groups of five minutes and four green bars show single minutes. Pressing the lower button presents the time immediately. No ordinary design, Galaxy has a modern look with futuristic style.
If you want your own personal Galaxy, all you have to do is fork out a little bit over 130 US dollars.