Giveaway: Tokyoflash Watches

By: on December 09, 2013

Enter to win your choice of any watch from Tokyoflash (up to a $199 value!) You've seen Tokyoflash's ringed LED Tron Watch, the Kisai 7, on DudeIWantThat.com. And you've seen their safety-first (with sci-fi dotted light show a close second) breathalyzer timepiece, the Kisai Intoxicated, on DudeIWantThat.com. Now Tokyoflash and Dude I Want That are teaming up so that you can see any of the digital spectacles from their online watch collection on your very own wrist.

About Tokyoflash Watches

Tokyoflash has become a pillar of alternative watchmaking. Their futuristic, time-twisting, wrist-raving designs cater to a bevy of loyal followers, from science fiction fans to club kids to anyone desiring to be blinded by the light. The bright, mesmerizing, and often baffling light. Because while Tokyoflash watches do tell the time, the company itself warns potential buyers, "If you're looking for a watch that simply tells the time, then our watches are probably not for you."

Tokyoflash timepieces double as art pieces. As fashion accessories. As veritable brain benders. You want to know when it's 3:10? Then you better be ready to work to figure it out. Each watch has a mathematical design of rings, blocks, dots, or geometrical shapes that intermingle in different ways to reveal the day's hours and minutes. Once you learn the pattern and gain a little practice, each clock face becomes as easy to read as, well, the analog clock face we all had to learn how to read back when we were half pints.

The fun continues when you nail the code, but no one else can figure how the White Rabbit you can look at the LED maze on your wrist and tell them with perfect accuracy that it is 4:19. (One minute to spare!)

Tokyoflash Watch Giveaway Entry Instructions

To register, click here and fill out the Tokyoflash Watch Giveaway entry form. Or, if you're already a member of DudeIWantThat.com, when the magic entry form button appears, just click it to enter.

The Tokyoflash Watch Giveaway entry period is open until 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, December 15, 2013. Our drawn winner will be contacted by email within 48 hours of the entry period's conclusion.

Since Tokyoflash happily ships internationally, this giveaway is open to fans of precise temporal quantification all over the world!

Buy a Tokyoflash Watch Now

Tokyoflash watches for men and women range in price from $99 to $199. Click here to view the Tokyoflash inventory and, if you can't wait to hear if you're a winner, buy away at your leisure.

Giveaway Winner

Congratulations to Eric M. of Country Club Hills, IL, winner of the Tokyoflash Watch Giveaway! Thanks to all entrants, and to Tokyoflash for participating! Be sure to keep checking Dude for the time-bending giveaways we'll continue to bring you regularly.

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