Kisai Rogue SR2 Wood Watch

Kisai Rogue SR2 Wood Watch

I love when hi-tech artistry and nature collide to make something both beautiful and functional, and the Kisai Rogue SR2 Wood Watch is the perfect blending of art, nature, and function.

When it comes to eye-catching timepieces that make telling time fun, nobody does it better than TokyoFlash, and this new Rogue Wood watch is a perfect example of the craftsmanship they crank out. The watch has an always-on LCD display that keeps you from having to push a button just to see the time, but a button will activate some bright LEDs that allow you to see the graphics in hard-to-see situations, like at night.

The case and strap are made from 100% natural maple and sandal wood, with a clear coating applied for protection. The links of the wrist strap are individually made so the watch can be adjusted to fit your wrist perfectly.

Just like with other watches the company puts out, seeing what time it is isn’t as lame as just seeing a bunch of a numbers. Instead, you look at where the gaps are in the circle. The inner ring of blocks represents hours, the middle ring of large blocks represents approximate minutes, and the outer ring of small dots represents exact minutes, with every fifth dot being slightly smaller to distinguish five minute groups.

Kisai Rogue SR2 Wood Watch

  • Displays the time
  • Alarm mode
  • LCD “always on” display
  • LED light for illumination
  • Maple and Sandal wood case & strap
  • Clear coating for protection
  • Clasp: simple fold over clasp with push button
  • Minimum wrist size: 100 mm (approx.)
  • Maximum wrist size: 210 mm (approx.)
  • Case Dimensions: 44 mm x 52 mm x 13 mm
  • Weight: 70 grams
  • Battery: CR2025 standard replaceable watch battery
  • Japanese and English instructions
  • One year warranty

The Kisai Rogue SR2 Wood Watch is available for $149 at TokyoFlash.

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