Kisai On Air Touchscreen Watch

Kisai On Air Touchscreen Watch

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The Kisai On Air Touchscreen Watch isn’t the first touchscreen watch in existence, but it’s definitely one of the best because it simplifies everything about digital watches. Think about the other watch you own that has an alarm in it. Setting the time is easy enough if it has a crown you can pull and rotate, but it’s generally not that simple with the alarm. You have to hold a combination of fifteen buttons, sacrifice a goat and say a prayer just to get the damn thing to wake you up at a reasonable hour. With the Kisai you just swipe, hold for three seconds and spin clockwise to the time you want. Problem solved. The watch tells time with a single hand to represent the hours and display the time. If it says 45 at the 3pm mark, it’s 3:45. Date is displayed the same way. It’s as much function as it is form.

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