‘Kyokusen’ means ‘curved line’ in Japanese. Isn’t it nice getting all this language instruction from Geddem lately?

GEDDIT from Tokyoflash for $144

You can see where the Kyokusen gets its name. The display, in fact, looks a bit like a metropolitan area with the curved line (or “kyokusen”) as the crosswalk winding past a building lit up, Tokyo-style. It’s what caught my eye about this watch a year after its release. It reminded me of this video, shot in the Shibuya section of Tokyo.

“Ants in Shibuya” — watch them swarm

There’s a bit of instruction needed in order to navigate the watch face. For that, it’s best to refer to Tokyoflash’s own cheat-sheet.

Got it? Good. Besides that, all you need to know is that the Kyokusen’s display is brighter than normal LEDs due to the “digital tube technology,” the watch strap is a mottled leather, it’s water-resistant to 3 ATMs, and it’s one more good-looking conversation piece from Tokyoflash.


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