It’s not the first time this tin can astromech droid gets filled with water. Last year we could see R2-D2 as an aquarium with a built-in periscope, and now the design of the popular Star Wars robot has been used for a water bottle.
Fans of the Transformers robots will soon be able to get their hands on a new edition of Takara Tomy’s classic Transformers wristwatch that was first released in the 80s.
Keisan, an aluminum LED watch, is the latest beauty in the Kisai line of timepieces that the Japanese watch importer Tokyoflash is offering through their online shop.
This cool fountain timepiece can be seen at the Kanazawa Station in Japan.
Yes, those popular Transformers robots sure come in all shapes and sizes.
The talented Japanese 3D artist Kazushi Kobayashi has created the Chubu 01 – a line of beautiful mecha robot models described as something from “a parallel 50s where the robots are the most popular transport system”.
Honda has tested a 49-foot replica of their ASIMO humanoid robot, that’s 12 times the height of the original. The animated replica will be a guest of honor at the 120th Rose Parade as well as kick off Honda’s 50th anniversary of U.S. operations.
The Japanese R/C model car company KYOSHO is about to release the dNaNo series in USA and Europe. These micro cars are super realistic 1:43 scale replicas and they’ve got the same level of details as the Die-cast models do.
Tenmetsu is the latest addition to the brand new line of Kisai timepieces that the Japanese watch importer Tokyoflash is now offering through their online shop.
NI, a stylish watch made entirely from stainless steel with a polished finish, is the latest timepiece from the popular Japanese-based wrist wear importer Tokyoflash.
The 2009 Hello Kitty collector edition Swarovski wristwatch has arrived in Japan. The crystal encrusted watch, available in white or pink, has been designed in Italy by Vabene and manufactured in Japan by Citizen.
The cool looking Denshoku watch, inspired by the neon skylines of Shinjuku, is the the first timepiece from the new Kisai brand that the Japanese company Tokyoflash is now offering through their online shop.
The Japanese game developer Namco, designers of the original 1980s Pac-Man video game, is now giving you the opportunity to play the classic game in a true retro aracade fashion – in your own living room.
It’s been over a month since we wrote about the last Hello Kitty gadget, which was this USB Webcam, so it’s about time you Sanrio cat fans gets something new to drool over. This time we give you the Hello Kitty alarm clock.
Fire – a streamlined, lightweight watch equipped with multicolored LEDs – is the latest addition to the steadily growing stream of hard-to-read timepieces from Tokyoflash.
Yes, it’s Mickey time again. Last week we saw the Mickey Mouse Glove USB Flash Drive, and now the Japanese company Sega Toys has announced yet another gadget inspired by the popular Disney mouse; a digital photo frame.
Good news for those of you who got hooked on climbing gear after reading about the USB Carabiner Flash Drive, this new safety hardware combo comes with a built-in analog watch and a LED flashlight.
The cooler keyboard from Thanko that was all over the blogs this summer has been updated with a welcoming feature for the upcoming winter season; a built-in heater.
The Jackpot watch from the Japanese company Tokyoflash is not only quite a stylish timepiece, it also allows you to “spin the numbers like a slot machine and win or lose various amounts”.
This portable widescreen TV from the Japanese Nikkai company features a 7 inches large LCD screen and the possibility to receive both digital and analog TV channels.