The Japanese watch importer Tokyoflash has today announced some new stylish unisex analog timepieces in their popular Nekura series.
There are five new models. All designs feature a custom engraved, self-adjustable wristband seamlessly engineered from brushed stainless steel, a slimline polished silver case, are finished with a neatly designed clasp and are available with a black or clear strap.
Cabriolet (first image left) features a speedometer inspired dial with a contrasting avocado and black finish and comes with a stylish shaded effect on the lens, partly eclipsing the dial.
Tumbler (first image right) features a rotating disc effect, similar to that of a combination lock, with a vivid white dial beneath the black glass and inscribed numerals which rotate to present the time.
Twilight (second image left) features a dark face with a circular dial, highlighted in bold tones of orange and blue creating an ambient presence.
Transceiver (second image middle) has an innovative display, inspired by a classic radio tuning dial and features a modern black and grey check background, complemented perfectly by the engraved pattern on the strap.
Tundra (second image right) has a minimalist appearance, the face representing the wide open spaces of a pristine landscape. Shades of Cadmium orange and Cobalt blue contrast against the vibrant pattern on the band.
The price is set to 8,900 YEN (about $84 USD) a pop.