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Martian Watches Notifier smart watch review

on Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

  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 watchRead More…


iHome iDL46 Dual Charging Stereo FM Clock Radio with Lightning Dock and USB Charge/Play review

By: Ryan Chapman
on Monday, June 16th, 2014

I’ve had my iHome docking alarm clock since the 3nd generation iPod Touch came out. I enjoyed the easy interface that iHome brought, and that it worked with my iPhone when I got one. Sadly, when they upgraded to the Lightning connector the dock no longer worked with my phone, but I had grown soRead More…


Citizen Eco-Drive Military Chronograph review

on Friday, May 16th, 2014

I like wrist watches.  OK, I said it and that probably makes me a dinosaur.  Although I have a cell phone which I can reference for the time, to me there’s nothing like the convenience of having a timepiece on my wrist, and I don’t have to fish it out of my pocket to checkRead More…


Phosphor Touch Time watch review

on Saturday, April 26th, 2014

Smart watches are becoming more and more popular.  It’s intriguing to think of having a Dick Tracy-style watch that shows you the time and keeps you in communication with your world.  There are already several smart watches on the market that sync with your phone so you can see who’s calling or texting, let youRead More…


Papago GoWatch 770 review

By: Ryan Chapman
on Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

I’ve never been much of a fan of watches. I’d either lose them, break them, or forget to wear them. Then cell phones came along, further denying my need for a time keeping device. However, I came upon a change of heart when I started coaching tennis. The girls would ask me what time itRead More…


Adidas miCoach SMART RUN watch review

on Friday, April 4th, 2014

Winter is nearly over and it is time to get mentally prepared/excited for getting outside and exercising. For me that means tennis and running. As I age, the latter being less appealing than it use to be. Each year I do my best to augment my excitement for pounding pavement with fun and interesting tech,Read More…


Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch review

on Sunday, January 19th, 2014

When the folks at Verizon asked me if I’d like to try out the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch, I had to take a minute to make my decision. Truth be told, it’s been 10 years since I was excited about a watch. That was back in 2004 when Microsoft SPOT watches were popular. I wantedRead More…


Citizen AO9030-05E Eco-Drive Avion watch review

on Monday, December 16th, 2013

We have featured quite a few time pieces here on the Gadgeteer, including smart watches and funky Japanese watches with unusual displays. Those styles of watches may be unique and packed with features, but if your idea of the perfect wrist watch is more old school, you should check out the Avion from Citizen. TheRead More…


Spikenzie Labs Solder:Time Desk Clock review

on Sunday, December 1st, 2013

I am a huge fan of the DIY/maker movement that has come up recently.  Every year since 2010, my significant other and I enjoy going to Maker Faire in Queens, NY.  It sparks my interest in what people create and hack, and gives me ideas of my own.  There are many vendors that show offRead More…

SleuthGear ZoneShield NV SC8000-01

SleuthGear ZoneShield Night Vision SC8000 clock radio camera review

on Sunday, October 6th, 2013

If you’ve ever wanted to covertly record something in your home or office but didn’t want to leave an obvious camera out in the open, then the ZoneShield Night Vision SC8000 clock radio by SleuthGear just might be the thing – hiding in plain sight, disguised as an ordinary desktop clock.  But is it convincing enoughRead More…


SYNC Burn Fitness Band activity tracker review

on Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

I had a strange feeling of déjà vu when I pulled the SYNC Burn Fitness Band activity tracker out of its packaging a few days ago. I quickly realized it was almost an exact replica of the Smart Health LifeTrak Core C200 activity tracker that I reviewed back in June. Are they exactly the sameRead More…


Martian Watches G2G smart watch review

on Friday, August 30th, 2013

Smart watches are the big topic lately, with rumors of various companies supposedly releasing their version at any moment now.  If you don’t want to wait, there are some smart watches already on the market.  (You can see reviews done here at The Gadgeteer of some smart watches in the related links at the bottomRead More…


Citizen Men’s CA0467-11H Eco-Drive Primo Chronograph Watch review

on Sunday, June 9th, 2013

With only one week left until Father’s Day, I’m sure a lot of you are still scrambling to try to find the perfect gift for your dear old Dad. How about a very snazzy watch? Citizen sent me one of their latest Eco-Drive watches – the CA0467-11H Eco-Drive Primo Chronograph Watch to be exact to try out.Read More…


Pebble E-Paper Smart Watch for iPhone and Android review

on Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, you’re probably familiar with the very successfully funded Pebble E-Paper Smart Watch for iPhone and Android Kickstarter project.  I too got caught up in the hype and paid $115 last May 18th for the privilege of supporting this project.  After multiple missed ship dates, itRead More…


Casio G-Shock G-Aviation Mutli-Mission Combi (MMC) watch review

By: Paul Grunwald
on Sunday, February 17th, 2013

After a long stretch of wearing mechanical, self-winding watches, I got the urge for a state-of-the-art timepiece.  An international trip where I needed to keep track of multiple time-zones was the final straw.  After a lot of research and window shopping, I decided on the Casio G-Shock G-Aviation Mutli-Mission Combi (MMC), the GW3500B-1A (#5173). MyRead More…


COOKOO Bluetooth watch review

on Friday, February 15th, 2013

Do you like to always stay connected, but your phone is always in your jacket or bag? Then take a look at the COOKOO watch – a project originally funded on Kickstarter by Peter Hauser. The COOKOO watch is a smart looking and useful watch that always stays connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth 4.0,Read More…


i’m Watch smartwatch review

on Friday, January 11th, 2013

The i’m Watch from Italian based i’m is not only a wrist watch that will display the time of day, it’s actually an Android smartwatch companion for your Bluetooth enabled iPhone or Android based smartphone. In addition to performing as a speakerphone, it can even run its own apps. Let’s give it a spin. Note:Read More…


Phosphor E-Ink Digital Hour Watch with Black Polyurethane Band review

on Friday, November 30th, 2012

Phosphor has released quite a few watches over the past few years, including the recently reviewed World Time Sport Watch.  Today we’re going to look at one of the original fully-digital models, the Phosphor E-Ink Digital Hour Watch with Black Polyurethane Band.  Functionally, it’s identical to the stainless steel version but with a flexible, sporty strap.Read More…


ivee Flex Voice Controlled Talking Alarm Clock Radio review

on Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

If you’re still changing the settings on your alarm clock with buttons and switches, then you need to elevate your gadget game by checking out the ivee Flex Voice Controlled Talking Alarm Clock Radio. ivee can listen and then respond to your commands so that you’ll never need to fumble around trying to find the snoozeRead More…


Polar RCX5 Run Multisport Training Watch review

on Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

For those runners, cyclists, swimmers, triathletes, and pure over-the-top endurance athletes, Polar has always been a name associated with tech-gear engineered to help you train better, smarter, faster. While I look around my spinning class, a healthy percentage of participants wear Polar gear. The same can be said about my running click. The RCX5 multisportRead More…


Phosphor World Time Sport Watch review

on Sunday, November 4th, 2012

The Phosphor World Time Sport Watch is a plastic variant of the steel World Time Watch reviewed in December 2010.  These watches with e-ink displays made famous by those Kindle displays have been out for a while, but I’ve never seen this colorful model.  Let’s take a closer look. At first glance, the most obviousRead More…

The kit

Spikenzie Labs Solder: Time II Review

on Friday, July 27th, 2012

The Solder : Time II™ watch kit from Spikenzie Labs is a build-it-yourself watch kit that features a 7 X 20 dot matrix red LED display with a programmable Arduino microcontroller.  To me, quite simply, it’s a fun afternoon DIY kit with red lights.  What could be better? According to Spikenzie Labs, The Solder :Read More…

Back panel

Kerala Trance Binary Watch Review

on Monday, April 23rd, 2012

The Kerala Trance watch immediately evoked that “whoa!” reaction from me when I first saw it–and that’s before seeing it lit up.  From the picture alone there was just something sleek and sexy about its simple design of steel on black.  Kerala Trance is the creation of the company  THE ONE, who have been creatingRead More…

This is what the data graph will look like for your SleepTracker data.

SleepTracker Elite Review

By: Elizabeth Daugherty
on Wednesday, March 28th, 2012

SleepTracker Elite is the wear-at-night wristwatch that can monitor your sleep movements and help you ascertain how well or poorly you’re sleeping at night.  Time Magazine calls it the Invention of the Year.  I call it an interesting way to figure out why I’m such a grouch in the morning.  Simply put, it’s a wristRead More…


Amplicom TCL 200 Digital Alarm Clock with Wireless Vibrating Pad Review

on Monday, March 12th, 2012

Once upon a time, a locomotive train ran through my son’s bedroom and he didn’t wake up.  Well, maybe not.  But if a train ever did run through his room he wouldn’t wake up.  Perhaps you have a family member who would fall into that category because they sleep so hard.  We have tried aRead More…