The Toto Hk Watch is fast developing out of the year to year, it’s an important notch of progression from last year’s version to this year’s version, it’s very visible in many searches regarding the watch, among which is a top ten search in the Google result as many users are searching for terms from the watch. Many users have indicated that they’re looking for reviews about the Toto Hk Watch, so here is a quick review based on my own observations. The watch is not actually sold under the Toto brand yet, but is instead developed by a company called Wigam. However, the company is publicly announcing that the Toto Hk will be coming soon, and the official website does mention that the watch will be compatible with most existing watches, although it doesn’t mention any other brands or specifications.
At first glance, the Toto Hk seems to have more similarities with the more traditional Asian watches such as the Casio, perhaps because of its circular design and the Japanese symbol for balance, also known as the ikai, between two points. This theme is also evident in both the looks and functionality of the watch, for example, the watch is a lot bigger than the average Asian watch, and also has what is referred to as a double-zero hour/minute hand. This is a feature not often seen on an Asian watch and explains why it receives such a high positive rating from many Toto Hk reviews. The look of the Toto Hk Watch is quite different from most Japanese analog watch style however, what makes it unique is the fact that it incorporates the distinct aspects of the Japanese Zen traditions.
For some time I was under the impression that only Watches were able to incorporate the sounds and sights of Zen traditions, and now I think I understand why. Zen traditions are about far more than just meditation. They deal with the five elements and the relationship between them, the yin and yang, along with other symbolic meanings. For example, when we meditate we focus our mind, our heart and soul in on one point, which is sometimes called a Zen point or angle. By doing this we allow the outside world to seep into the inner realms of our being and so create an infinite energy that vibrates and flows with all things and us. One such representation of an angle is the round ring watch, which has become almost a signature image of the Zenithic aspect of Toto Hk Watches.
Toto Watches has always been about innovation and new ways to display and perform the basic functions of a watch. Watches like the Hked Watch have the ability to be fully functional with their circular, luminous hands and the sounds they make when they move. They are designed to combine function and aesthetics in a way that no other watch manufacturer has accomplished before. It was Toto that truly mastered the balance between these two important aspects. The precision movements made by Toto, and the use of color and light toning in their timepiece are two trademarks of the Zenithic aspect of Toto Watches.
One way in which Toto succeeded at this was in the use of the circular hour markers which appear on both the left and right hand sides of the face of each watch. These markers tell the time in a manner like no other. I think one of the reasons why Toto succeeded where others have not is that they were able to use the circular markers as extensions of the screens on which the time display is contained. This allowed them to incorporate the Zenithic aspect into the face of their timepieces and to combine it with the aesthetic value of color and function. The result is that Toto Watches has a fresh appeal and a modern feel that make them different than any other watch brand.
One aspect of the Zenithic Watch, which differs slightly from all the models is the way that the hands of the watch work. Instead of having a large round ring, there are two large diamonds which are used to represent the hour markers. This adds to the efficiency of the watch, and to the feeling that it has been crafted by an expert craftsman. The use of the diamonds also gives the Toto Watch an elegant and sophisticated look, which is not always found in dressier watches.