New Tokyoflash Rogue watch looks amazing

We here at [GAS] love TokyoFlash watches, and even if they aren’t always super-convenient, the geek factor they bring alone is enough to get me wanting this one pretty badly.

Featuring a green LED / LCD display and a silver or IP black finish, the rogue’s appearance is stunning enough to get everyone around you talking, just like most of their other watches. I know, I wear the 1000100101 all the time, and I get stopped every day by people asking me what the hell this thing is.

Once mastered, navigating the time is simple, but creates a sense of mystique to the uninformed. The outer ring of small dots represents minutes, every fifth dot being slightly smaller to distinguish five minute groups. The ring of large blocks represents rough minutes, the position of the gap indicating approximate minutes. The inner ring of blocks represents hours, the position of the gap in the ring showing the current hour as on a clock face.

The Rogue is available at Tokyoflash.com for $161, including free worldwide shipping.





14 Responses to New Tokyoflash Rogue watch looks amazing

  1. A watch is a watch. You either wear one for functionality (20-50$ USD) or you wear one in hopes to impress people because for some reason you can't seem to do so without it (and end up spending ridiculous amounts of money in the process).

    • Some people like to have "fashionable" items though, not because they want to attract attention, but just because they like how a certain model or brand look.

      Is it really different from wearing a specific t-shirt or a pair of nice shoes? Not really.

    • Oh please, like you've never done anything in your entire life to impress anyone. Fashion is about looking good. There are obviouly extremes that get rediculous, but for a cool like this the price isn't that bad. I'm certainly interested.

  2. A watch is a watch. You either wear one for functionality (20-50$ USD) or you wear one in hopes to impress people because for some reason you can’t seem to do so without it (and end up spending ridiculous amounts of money in the process).

    • Some people like to have “fashionable” items though, not because they want to attract attention, but just because they like how a certain model or brand look.

      Is it really different from wearing a specific t-shirt or a pair of nice shoes? Not really.

    • Oh please, like you’ve never done anything in your entire life to impress anyone. Fashion is about looking good. There are obviouly extremes that get rediculous, but for a cool like this the price isn’t that bad. I’m certainly interested.

  3. nice watch ….it's like kiltak says some people like more advanced stuff, than the normal stuff. It's like choosing between two brands of coffee…Everybody has a different taste. Too bad i haven't seen this watch yet in Belgium.

  4. nice watch ….it’s like kiltak says some people like more advanced stuff, than the normal stuff. It’s like choosing between two brands of coffee…Everybody has a different taste. Too bad i haven’t seen this watch yet in Belgium.

  5. I've always admired the Oberon, but I think I like this one even better. For some reason, I continue to be enthralled with alt watches like this even though I haven't worn a watch in years.

  6. I’ve always admired the Oberon, but I think I like this one even better. For some reason, I continue to be enthralled with alt watches like this even though I haven’t worn a watch in years.

  7. OMG. Did you see the others on that site? I don't normally wear a watch, but those designs are so exciting. I think I just did a little wee of excitement.

  8. OMG. Did you see the others on that site? I don’t normally wear a watch, but those designs are so exciting. I think I just did a little wee of excitement.