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Tokyoflash resurrects readable Rogue watch with combo LCD/LED display

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Tokyoflash is famous for selling geek-friendly and borderline indecipherable timepieces. However, and surprisingly, not every watch the company hawks is unreadable. One of its more easily interpreted wrist clocks, the Rogue, has been resurrected with an always-on LCD display (a rarity from the shop) and a brightly colored LED backlight in your choice of red, green, blue, or orange. Like the RPM, the Rogue SR2 tells time with a series of unnumbered, inner and outer rings that represent hours and minutes — all you need to do is spot the gaps. Sure, it requires you fire a few more synapses than that cheap digital Casio you've been wearing, but think of it as mental exercise — it's like wearing Brain Age on your wrist. You can order one now for $179 at the source. If you can't imagine how it works, then hop pass the jump for the demo video.

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