Tag Archives: Wrist Watch

sWaP Rebel multi-function watch is a watch spies dream of

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(image credit: sWaP) sWaP Rebel Watch | £189.99 | www.s-w-a-p.co.uk

the sWaP Rebel beats all the dual-function watches we featured here last month, hands down. the sWaP Rebel will definitely have James Bond-wannabe drooling all over. granted it may not be the Omega that has a laser that cuts through steel but it has more functions packed in to more than make up for the lack of laser. Continue reading sWaP Rebel multi-function watch is a watch spies dream of

a wrist watch that does without a watch face

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(image credit: Yiran Qian)

we have seen lots of unconventional way of telling time from a time piece, such as the TokyoFlash wristwatches. but one without a watch face? well, this is exactly what the Eye of The Storm is – a watch that does not have a face. designed by German-based product designer, Yiran Qian, the watch appears to be like a bracelet until its wearer presses a button at the side of the watch and two indicators appear along the inner edge (where the watch face supposed to be) and tells you the time. Continue reading a wrist watch that does without a watch face

TikTok and LunaTik Multi-Touch Watch Kits

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(photo credit: MINIMAL) TikTok Multi-Touch Watch Kit | US$25 | www.MNML.com

if the mutewatch €180 (plus shipping) price tag is stopping you from getting a touchscreen watch, you can get yourself one at an Apple iPod Nano price plus US$25 to US$50. if you already have the latest iPod Nano, it will be just US$25 to US$50. Scott Wilson of MINIMAL has an idea that will turn your latest Apple iPod Nano into a watch. introducing TikTok and LunaTik, which are basically watches without a watch face until your iPod Nano “fused” with them. Continue reading TikTok and LunaTik Multi-Touch Watch Kits

more than time: round up of dual-function (wrist)watches

if you’re a geek, you probably want a watch that says who you are (i.e. geek). we are not talking about some fancy LED face watch or designer’s item but a watch that does more than just telling time. here’s a hit list of our favorite geek watches.

MicroSD Card Reader Watch
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needless to say, this watch tells time and it is also a MicroSD card reader. the watch features a stainless steel bezel, back cover and buckle and reads MicroSD card without the need for an adapter. all it need is an USB cord, and of course the MicroSD (not included) that you want to read. Continue reading more than time: round up of dual-function (wrist)watches

classic elegance: UniformWares 300 series Chronograph Wristwatch

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UniformWares 300 Series Chronograph Wristwatch | £480 | www.uniformwares.com

nothing like a good time piece to adorn your wrist. UniformWares‘ upcoming 300 series Chronograph Wristwatch speaks of classic elegance with its simple lines. at the heart of the 300 Series is the Swiss made ETA 251.471 (23) jewel movement with a timing precision to 1/10 second. Continue reading classic elegance: UniformWares 300 series Chronograph Wristwatch

Mutewatch, yet another fix for the gesture-addicts

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Mutewatch | €199.00 | mutewatch.com

if you think Tokyoflash kind of way of telling time from your wrist is too much for you and sun dial isn’t going to work either, the Mutewatch is another alternative. and guess what? it is a touchscreen watch. surprise? i guess not. what else isn’t touchscreen these days? the Mutewatch has touch sensitive screen where time will appear only if you tap on the screen and wait till you hear this: using gestures such as swiping horizontally or vertically, changes the functions and set the time respectively. if swiping your iPad or smartphone isn’t enough, get this. the Mutewatch is available for pre-order @ €199. Continue reading Mutewatch, yet another fix for the gesture-addicts

TokyoFlash Kisai Denshoku Aluminum LED Watch

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the art of telling time: if telling time is an art to you. this a wrist watch for you. it’s not analog, neither is this digital display. it’s orange LED light bars display the time for you to figure out the time of the day – literally. the orange LED reminds us of the neon skyline of Shinjuku and at the same time, futuristic too. i have always been fascinated by TokyoFlash wrist watches ever since it’s introduction. i was amazed by the alternative ways of telling time, never mind if the methods of time-telling might be awkward (mostly). it’s definitely, an art on your wrist. seriously, do you really look at the watch to tell time or you simply look at your mobile phone for time? often, i find myself checking my iPhone for time, even if i had a wrist watch on me. wrist watch is a fashion statement and so is this Kisai Denshoku aluminum LED watch. get it? Continue reading TokyoFlash Kisai Denshoku Aluminum LED Watch