Geomesh is the name of yet another cool looking watch from the Japanese Tokyoflash company. As always, reading the time is a bit tricky.
The face consists of a mirrored grid with 27 LED’s which lights up in various patterns that cryptically tell the time. Here’s how it works (take a look at the photo below for reference):
Hours are indicated by counting the vertical lights & minutes by the horizontal lights. The minute lights can indicate 5 mins each light or 1 minute depending on the configuration – sounds complicated, but not really that difficult.
The Green (vertical) lights are hours. The Yellow (horizontal) lights are 5 mins each & the Red 1 minute each. The same applies to the other models, just the color is different.
Geomesh available in a brushed Gunmetal finish with either White, Blue or Multi-color LED’s. The price is set to ¥13,900 (about $121 USD).
The watch is yet to be released. Keep an eye at Tokyoflash for updates.