This watch concept right here could not have been produced by anyone else than TokyoFlash, because they have truly given us some extreme models
across recent years. Even so, this Binary Flow watch is somehow a little different from the rest of them, as it is marketed as “extremely easy to read.” Yes, very easy to read indeed, that is, of course, if you can read binary, in which case you would have to be some sort of machine.
What’s interesting about this concept, besides the fact that it does offer a serious challenge for you, yes you the binary coder guy in the back, is the fact that it was designed with an e-paper display. I like this idea, which seems to me like the only normal idea TokyoFlash had when designing the USB charging Binary Flow watch.
I have attached here the picture that should make you understand the way time is read on the Binary Flow, and I can only tell you the obvious aspects from it, like the fact that the hours, groups of ten minutes and single minutes are shown in different sections. The line indicates a certain hour
, group of minutes or single minute. Same goes for the date and from there on, you are on your own. Hopefully, they will never release it for the masses, because it has already started to awaken a powerful feeling of curiosity in me.
So that it is completely strange, TokyoFlash manufactures this watch
from a combination of stainless steel and rubber, which would probably be “interesting” sitting near an e-paper display. Some time ago, people wore glasses in order to look smart. Those times are far behind us, it seems, now you have the possibility to wear binary watches while you tell the time from your mobile phone because you can't read them yourselves.
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