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    Dick Tracy Would Cop the Burg Phone Watch in a Second

    The merging of the phone and the watch isn’t totally new, but it’s never been done more comprehensively than in the Burg Watch Phone, which was on display this week at CES 2012. This watch is Bluetooth compatible, but that doesn’t mean you’ll be connecting it to your mobile phone – you’ll be connecting it to […]

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    Italian Made Smart Watch “i’m Watch” is Too Smart For Its Own Good

    Buongiorno-DadaEnt looked at their wrist watch and announced at CES 2012 the “i’m Watch.” It is a smart wrist watch that utilizes the Play.me application on i’Music that lets users listen to music wherever they like, navigating through an intuitive interface that has been selected to be part of “CES 2012 Design & Engineering Award […]

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    Phosphor Appear Watch, Because Now You See it, Now You Don’t

    Phosphor watches original claim to fame is their fantastic E Ink watches, and their latest watch series is looking better and more sparkly than ever. Using M3D technology, their new Appear Bracelet watch features a Swarovski crystal-encrusted time-display and colored crystal time display that revolves to reveal the time. But it’s not just all about […]

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    Wear Your Phone on Your Wrist with the Caller ID Photo Watch

    This Caller ID Watch from retailer Hammacher Schlemmer pairs with your smartphone via Bluetooth to display the photo, name, and phone number of the person calling on the watch face. It’s the ideal product for people who don’t want to dig out their phones to figure out whether or not they want to answer the […]

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    Vanity Mirror Watch is the Fairest of Them All

    You’re so vain, you probably think that this watch is all about you. And heck, yeh it is. The Vanity Mirror Watch is not only convenient because it tells time, but it also doubles as a mirror! When it comes to working as a watch, it’s able to show off the time with bright red […]

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    Phosphor E Ink Digital Hour Clock Watch Review

    If you thought E Ink was only relegated to Ebooks, think again. Phosphor’s E Ink watch series is one of the first wrist watches to feature an E Ink display, which uses the same electronic paper display that you’ll find in the Kindle, Nook, and other  E-books. Phosphor’s E Ink watch series is also super […]

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    Atom Watch is Perfect for the Inner Physicist in You

    Ok so it may not be the easiest watch to tell time on, but the Atom Watch is as cool as sin when you put it on your wrist. The watch features all the aspects of an Atom. The nucleus of protons, neutrons, orbiting electrons, and the spherical path of the orbiting electrons all serve […]

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    Tokyoflash Radiation Level LED is a Concept Watch, For Now

    How apropos for someone to submit a watch design to Tokyoflash that would look like it’s measuring radioactivity. The person submitting the entry just happens to be from Japan as well… so perhaps this is a subliminal message of sorts. The design of the watch is also actuality similar to a previous watch that Tokyoflash […]

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    Tokyoflash 24/7 Driver Concept Makes Analog Watches Seem Cool

    What might be Tokyoflash’s most ambitious design concept yet – the 24/7 Driver. The 24/7 Driver is an analog watch design, but uses discs that rotate like hands of a typical analog watch would. There are two variations of this in the image above. One image uses a blue line to indicate the hour and […]

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    ThinkGeek iPod Nano Leather and Steel Watchband Review

    I love watches. Collecting watches is an expensive hobby I acquired from my father. So when creative types thought that the latest Nano would look cool as a watch, I jumped at the chance to find the perfect band that would make the 6th gen iPod Nano a serious timepiece. There are plenty of iPod […]

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    Storm London Releases Tracker LED Watch for Ladies

    We have always been captivated with the Storm MK 2 Circuit watch for men for its trendsetting LEDs and futuristic style. Well now the ladies don’t have to be left out in the cold any more. Storm will be releasing a similar style for the ladies called Tracker.  It features the same circuitry looks and […]

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    Gaiam Zone Trainer Requires Taps to Keep You Fit

    Oregon Scientific’s new Gaiam Zone Trainer is a watch that encourages women to stay in the “zone” when exercising. The Gaiam Zone Trainer allows its wearer to quickly toggle between their heart rate, calories burned, and workout time – just by tapping the display. No buttons required! The display features over-sized digits and target zone […]

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    Kenneth Cole Announces Touch Screen Watches & High Tech Ad Campaign

    Kenneth Cole has just announced a new touch screen watch that is probably the first of its kind to come out of the fashion world. This new Touch Screen collection features a 32 city world time function, an electro luminescent backlight, a stainless steel construction, water resistance and chronograph technology. The watches will retail for […]

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    Swarovski D:Light White Crystal LED Watch Gets Rubberized

    You may already have heard about the D:Light collection of  watches from Swarovski. You know, those expensive bracelet watches that at the push of a button display the time on 171 crystals. Well the gold and silver metal versions must have been such a hit that they just released a newer version, the D:Light White. […]

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    Vivid Baby-G Watches Are Ready to Celebrate Spring

    Spring is officially in the air for Baby-G. They have unveiled a bunch of stylish new watches that come in a splash of colors. The Vivid Baby-G BGR169R series sports a solid gloss color band with metallic dials, this watch also offers a modern twist on the traditional jelly style found in past BG169 models. The […]

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    Too Late Aurora is Perfect for Telling Time in the Dark

    We have mentioned Too Late before for their unique combo of Time and USB Flash drives now they are expanding their line to include glow in the dark watches as well.  Aurora is a soft and light-weighted bracelet that makes a unique fashion statement as well as telling you the time. This is the perfect […]

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    Spark Nano GPS Tracker is Small Enough to Fit in Your Shoe

    The Spark Nano GPS Tracker from Brickhouse Security looks more like a toy than a powerful GPS Tracker. Claiming to be one of the smallest and lightweight GPS Trackers out today, it can easily slip into a  pocketbook, jacket pocket, or any discreet place so you can track someone or something. The sensitivity of the […]

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    Pantech C820 Matrix Pro Review

    The new Pantech C820 Matrix Pro is an update to Pantech’s Matrix Duo, a Windows Mobile smartphone that sports both a numeric and QWERTY keypad. For those looking for a Windows Mobile device that packs in just about everything – the Pantech Matrix Pro C820 runs on AT&T’s speedy 3G network, it sports GPS, a […]

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    Seagate FreeAgent Theater HD Media Player Review

    The FreeAgent Theater HD Media Player is a pretty unique product, and in some ways it’s the first of its kind. There are an assortment of multimedia hard drives out there that are designed to carry multimedia content like videos and music from your computer that will play on to your TV. However, with these […]