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Tokyoflash Mens Watches

Updated on October 10, 2008

Tokya Flash Watches

I've never really been a big watch person, but I saw the Tokyoflash watches and I'm in love! These are the coolest, more futuristic watches that I've seen in a long while. They are not your ordinary watch by any means, and if you are looking for something different for yourself or for a gift for your techy friend, these watches are by far it!

The Tokyo Flash watches do not read like regular watches with the digital numbers or hands. You've got crazy LED screens, lights, and designs that tell you what time it is. The brand has a number of different styles and for hte most part most of them read differently. They do have the Pimpin Black Strap watch that look a little like the Barcode watch and the Star Performer, but even still all three watches still have a slightly different feel to them.

The brand has been the leading prodiver of Japanese watches since 2000. Wit their futuristic design and cutting edge technology, Tokyo Flash blends their unique design and Eastern feel to these gorgeous men's watches. 

But anyway, check out the five Tokyoflash watches that I picked out below and see how you like them. You can also see a few other styles and designs by Tokyo Flash.

Tokyo Flash Pimpin Black Strap Watch

The Pimpin Black Strap watch is Tokyo Flash's original stainless steel LED watch. The face of the watch has six vertical rows of orange LED lights that read the time. The left-most vertical row indicated the what hour it is, and the other five rows are read in a horizontal manner, telling you what minute it is. What makes the watch a little bit easier to read is that on the far left side of the watch, the Arabic numbers 1 through 12 are listed to help you with the hours and on the far right side you'll find the minutes listed in increments of 5 from 5 up to 60, 

The Tokyoflash Black Strap watch features a unique light-up trait where the LED lights will spiral on and off every two minutes in between 6PM and 1AM.

The watch's face measures about 1.38 inches of stainless steel that is plated in black ionic plating, which matches the black rubber strap. And to match the face, the watch's buckle is a black ionic plated steel, as well.

The watch is water resistant for up to 100 feet, which enables it to withstand splashes and quick dunks in the water but you shouldn't swim with the watch on. 

Tokya Flash Futara Mugen Watch

Ok so the Futara Mugen watch isn't quite as futuristic as some of the other Tokyoflash watches, but it's still really cool.

The Futara Mugen watch blends both retro and futuristic, as the watch has an 80's inspired black band that is a little over a half an inch wide and made of stainless steel.

The face of the watch is about 1 inch wide and has the same retro/ vintage feel to it.

So I'm not quite sure how you'll read this Tokyo Flash watch, but I sure hope that the video game style watch has instructions when you buy it because it could get pretty confusing looking at all the tetris looking shapes.

The Futara Mugen is water resistant for up to 99 feet, which means no swimming just accidental dunks and splashes 

Tokyo Flash Pleasure Seeker Watch

The Tokyo Flash Pleasure Seeker watch is probably one of the more popular of their designs. The watch has a simple and easy to read feel to it.

The Pleasure Seeker watch is made of stainless steel from the 3/4 inch watch band to the 1.25 inch face.

When reading this Tokyoflash watch, you have lime green LED lights that are actually pretty simple to read once you get used to it. The hour is displayed on the top and the minutes are displayed underneath. As you can see in the picture, the time reads 1:40

Although, this watch reads much simpler than some of the other TokyoFlash watches, it still has the same futuristic appearance as the other designs. 

Tokyo Flash Jackpot Watch

The Jackpot Tokyo watch gets its name from the jackpot game that is on the watch. The watch features a four digit LED matrix display with the time, date, and jackpot game modes. The watch even has audio, how cool!

As for the game, it works just liek a slot machine, you select a bet, press the D button to spin the wheel, and the display spins and reveals the numbers and symbols. Depending on what the combinations are, the more credits you'll earn.  

Now, as for the actual watch, the Jackpot is a polished silver finish and is about 1.5 inches long and 1.5 inches wide. The watch is a genuine leather strap and measures for wrists that are about 8.5 inches, and it features a traditional buckle clasp. 

Personally, this is the watch I'd pick, only because of the really cool game feature. Ha. 

Tokyo Flash Equalizer High Frequency Watch

To me, this Tokyo Flash watch looks like a DJ's music board, but as you can see the watch really does have an interesting appearance.

The Equalizer High Frequency watch has a stainless steel band that's a little over 1 inch wide with about a 2 inch polished bezel face. 

The watch's impressive dial features the hour, minute, month, and date in a way that you won't find featured anywhere else. The watch is easy to read, as the hour is displayed at the top 1 through 12 in two rows- one for AM and one for PM, so you know if you're looking at morning or night depending on where the blue light appears. The minutes are featured on a 5 digit scale from 5 to 60 on the bottom of the watch, with the minute light appearing on the last row.

The month is displayed on the second line, it appears, so I'm not 100% as to the AM/PM since the PM is on the second line as well. As for the date it will appear in the middle of the watch. Of course when you purchase the Equalizer Tokyo watch, you will be given better instructions as to how to read the watch, so that you're always on time. 

The Equalizer watch is water resistant for up to 99 feet. 


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    • Truth From Truth profile image

      Truth From Truth 8 years ago from Michigan

      good hub, I was not familiar with the Tokyo Flash watch.


    • Happy 1 profile image

      Happy 1 9 years ago from Hawaii

      You choosen some pretty niftty watches.

    • Bob Ewing profile image

      Bob Ewing 9 years ago from New Brunswick

      I am not a watch wearer but these are cool.