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Product-based design is minimalist in style and brings the screen in various models.
When you use a wristwatch, the ideal is that it is comfortable, with a visually pleasing and, above all, that the time is easily understandable. The limited edition Kisai On Air Acetate, the Tokyoflash Japan, just can not meet the latter requirement.
The watch is available with bracelets in the colors blue or black, but the biggest change is in the touch-sensitive screens, which are flashy LEDs as green, yellow and pink. The interface is entirely controlled by there, since there are no buttons on the side of the accessory.
But check the time is really the highlight of Kisai On Air Acetate. The hours are shown without reference points, which can be tricky for those not familiar with the style. Have the numbers that form the minutes are "written" in the very hour hand, requiring some thought and a few seconds staring at the screen.
The watch is available on the manufacturer for $ 139 (around $ 250), excluding shipping charges.
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