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Diagram of the Kisai Spider Acrylic watch together with displays with time and date identified (Image: TokyoFlash)
The 12- and 24-hour modes of the Kisai Spider Acrylic watch (Image: TokyoFlash)
The inscrutable face of the Kisai Spider Acetate watch reading 5:38 (Photo: TokyoFlash)
The (nearly upside-down) Kisai Spider Acetate watch showing 11:16 (Photo: TokyoFlash)
Deciphering the Kisai Spider Acrylic watch in color (Image: TokyoFlash)
Can you read the time? (Photo: TokyoFlash)
TokyoFlash is a supplier of limited-edition LCD and LED watches that have joyfully substituted the conventional clock hands and dull numerals for exotic displays featuring counter-intuitive ideograms, that transform telling the time into an exercise in decryption. Its new Kisai Spider Acetate watch has arguably set a new standard for inscrutability.
Read the full article: Is the new Kisai Spider Acetate watch the hardest watch in the world to read?
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