This is Tokyoflash's latest design, the $170 Kisai 'Changing Lanes'. It looks good. What doesn't is the dent in my fender BECAUSE YOU DIDN'T USE YOUR F***ING BLINKER.
Hours are displayed on the left side of the interface, starting with 1:00 at the top, traveling down to 6:00 at the bottom. Change lanes and hours 7:00 to 12:00 travel from bottom to top.
Minutes are displayed on the right side of the interface in 3 minute intervals, from 3 at the top to 27 at the bottom and traveling back up to 57 minutes at the top. 15 and 45 minutes are centrally located as reference points - ideal for checking the approximate time. Two single minutes light up separately for precise timing.
I'm lost. Thankfully there's a graphic after the jump visually explaining how to read the thing. Granted it still didn't do me any good. I guess I'm just not a very visual person. Unless we're talking boobs -- I can stare at those all day. Even on guys. Just sayin: waste not, want not.
Hit the jump for a couple more shots including the one explaining how to read it.
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