Watches, Clocks

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Intel, working with Opening Ceremony, have created MICA, My Intelligent Communications Accessory for the "stylish, connected woman".  If a typical smart watch is too boring and bland for your taste, check out the "premium finishes, 18K gold coating, and curved sapphire glass touchscreen display" used to craft MICA.  This bracelet uses AT&T's wireless service to deliver [...]

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tokyoflash-kisai-clone

The Kisai Clone watch from Tokyoflash Japan doesn't claim to be Star Wars related, but I can see a bit of Darth Vader and a Stormtrooper in them.  The Clone has an ABS case and adjustable silicone strap with a metal buckle.  There are two time display modes, date, and alarm functions, plus an animation [...]

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NYC NATO Horween watch band

I will admit that I have a rather large collection of watches. While most don't get worn on a regular basis, I do have a couple that I would consider my every day users. While these are not necessarily the most expensive or elaborate watches, they are reliable/durable and I am always looking for ways [...]

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tokyoflash-kisai-satellite-x

Tokyoflash Japan has introduced their new Kisai Satellite-X watch with two case/strap options.  Both watches display time on the same set of circles, and both are available with blue or red LEDs behind a dark mineral crystal lens.  The Satellite-X watches both feature an animation mode, and they are USB-rechargeable.  The Kisai Satellite-X (left image) stainless steel [...]

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star-trek-watch

You'll always be on time with this Star Trek Original Series NCC-1701 Watch.  The face of the watch is etched to look like the saucer of the U.S.S. Enterprise in the original Star Trek TV series.  The stainless steel case and back are complemented with a white faux leather watchband with a red stripe and [...]

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newfitbits

It must be Fitbit day at The Gadgeteer because earlier this morning Janet showed us a fancy ladies pendant and bracelet holder for the Fitbit Flex activity tracker and now I am going to tell you about three brand new trackers that were announced earlier today. The Charge, Charge HR and Surge are the latest additions [...]

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wellograph-1

The Wellograph Wellness Watch is an activity tracker disguised as a fashionable wrist watch or visa versa. The Wellograph is a unisex watch that features a sapphire crystal, always on display and a heart rate sensor. Let's put it through its paces and see how it shapes up. See what I did there? Note: Images can be clicked [...]

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tokyoflash-kisai-adjust-wood

The new Kisai Adjust Wood watch from Tokyoflash Japan lets you select from six colors for the LED display, choose 12- or 24-hour time mode, and select whether the time is displayed horizontally or vertically.  It also has date, alarm, and animation functions.  The case and band are made of either dark sandalwood or maple; [...]

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h-tang

Most smartwatches on the market are chunky, bulky and definitely not feminine. Enter the H.Tang smartwatch, which is currently seeking funding through Pozible.com. This smartwatch looks more like a fancy bracelet than a watch that can track your activity, calorie burn, display the weather and notify you when you have an incoming call or text [...]

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iampuls

will.i.am (I find it really annoying to type his name that way) is a well known musician who makes top selling music with his band the Black Eyed Peas, but is he the new leader of what he calls fashionology with his new i.amPULS cuff? Notice I didn't call it a smartwatch. He doesn't want [...]

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Truffol-Strap-01

The Pebble has been one of the original smart watches to kickstart (pun intended) the smart watch revolution.  I backed the KickStarter campaign and have really enjoyed using it for these last couple of years, but boy, is the plastic wristband less than stylish! Luckily, the watchband can be switched out with various bands of your own [...]

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obi-watchroll

The Obi Watch Roll from TOKYObay is a hand crafted, Italian leather case that can be used to store up to 6 watches of 50mm or less. Made in San Francisco, this case has been designed to hold both wrist watches and pocket watches and then to roll-up for easy transport. With the Obi Watch Roll you can carry your [...]

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tokyoflash-kisai-vortex-watch

Tokyoflash Japan's latest watch, the Kisai Vortex, has a stainless steel case and band and a concave touchscreen crystal.  Spiraling rings to display the time are "always on", and you can turn on a backlight by touching the crystal.  The outer two rings display the time for one time zone, and the inner two rings [...]

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kisai-maze-wood-watch-2

The newest offering from Tokyoflash Japan is the Kisai Maze Wood LCD watch.  These watches have a wood case and leather straps with stainless steel buckles.  The faces can display time in a maze mode (03:39 on the left watch, 05:17 on the right) or in numeric time; they can also show date.  The Maze [...]

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apple-watch

You really have to give Apple a lot of credit when it comes to putting on a new product announcement event. They are definitely the masters of hype and showmanship. Even though I say I don't care about the iPhone anymore, I still get excited just like the rest of the planet to hear about [...]

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martian-watches-notifier-8

  Last year, I reviewed the Martian Watches G2G smart watch, and I loved it.  Not only did that watch display information about incoming calls, emails, text messages, and other notifications, it had a Bluetooth speakerphone built in.  I loved the vintage styling of the G2G, and I loved that I could replace the watch [...]

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tokyoflash-kisai-radioactive-watch-2

The face of the new Kisai Radioactive watch from Tokyoflash Japan looks like it could be the monitor display on a nuclear reactor.  The lights flash to display the time, and an animation mode will look like a constantly changing status display (can be turned off).  The case and band are made of brushed stainless steel, [...]

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oneclock1

The ClockONE from Twelve24 is simple and beautiful. It's a wall mountable 39.37 x 13.78 inches (1000 x 350 mm) clock that features a digital display that uses E-ink. The clock runs for one year on one CR2450 button battery and mounts to the wall with a magnet. I love the look of it and [...]

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tokyoflash-kisai-kaidoku-wood-2

Instead of interesting graphical displays, the latest Tokyoflash watch uses a word matrix to tell you the time or date.  The words needed to display the information flash on the face of the Kisai Kaidoku Wood watch, so you don't have to learn to decode a pattern to tell the time.  As a matter of [...]

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kidizoom

The Kidizoom is a kid-durable smartwatch that has been designed to withstand drops and bumps as well as being splash proof and sweat proof. It is powered by a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 2 weeks. In addition to normal watch functions (alarm, timer and stopwatch), the Kidizoom also features 50+ clock displays, a 1.4 inch [...]

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