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Citizen AIBATO M Bluetooth watch controls your camera

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2009

Citizen AIBATO M Bluetooth watch controls your cameraCitizen has announced a new Bluetooth watch, the AIBATO M. What’s interesting about this one is that it wirelessly connects to your cellphone and can, with selected handsets, remotely trigger the camera, browse emails and show call and message alerts. It comes in two colors. Black (with a rubber strap) and silver (with a metal strap).

The watches charge using an included desk-stand. A full battery is good for up to five days. It will give you audio and visual alerts and can even vibrate. Various Sharp and Softbank handsets are supported, but it’s unclear whether it will also work without the more complex camera control on other devices.

Diesel DZ9044 watch shows time on the side

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 12th, 2009

Diesel DZ9044 watch shows time on the sideIt might be hard to use this watch at first. You are used to taking a quick glance at the watch face to see the time, but that won’t help here. The watch face is on the side, showing you the current time in up to four different time zones.

Is it practical? Not really. It’s more of a watch for those who want to be different. Also maybe for those who want to keep the time selfishly to themselves. It’s available in durable solid stainless steel with a black ion-plated finish and a matching black leather band.

Humminbird RF35 Fish Finder watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 4th, 2009

Humminbird RF35 Fish Finder watchSo you love fishing, but the fish don’t love you. They just stay away from you like you have some kind of fish restraining order against you. Well, the Humminbird RF35 Fish Finder Watch is here to help. It’s a timepiece that also boasts GPS capability, featuring a 1.25″ display and a remote sonar sensor that is able to find fish within a 75-foot radius.

The data is transmitted to your watch in real-time, but it is only effective for depths of 120 feet, using its 90-degree sonar. When on land, the Humminbird RF35 Fish Finder Watch is just a typical watch, with a backlit display and a pulse-lit advanced sensor for night fishing.

Garmin 405CX and 310XT Forerunner watches with GPS

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on April 2nd, 2009

Garmin 405CX and 310XT Forerunner watches with GPSGarmin is offering up two new watches in the Forerunner lineup. They look a tad, uh, fugly. The waterproof 310XT and the 405CX, which is the successor to the 405. Fugly they may be, but they pack in a lot of functions.

The 310XT features a tough waterproof shell rated for a depth of up to 50 meters, and 20 hours of battery life. Both the 310XT and the 405CX include GPS, wireless, data syncing and will track your burned calories. These are great watches for Athletes looking for a personal trainer on their wrist.

Luxury watchmaker uses 007-style watermark to find fakes

Posted in Watches by Shane McGlaun on April 1st, 2009

lecuberswatch-sbJames Bond was one of my first contact points with the world of cool gadgets as a kid. Bond always had the cool stuff from cars that turn into submarines, to hot chicks, and watches that had frickin’ lasers inside. One watchmaker has announced a new high tech watermark that sounds like a method of sending Bond covert instructions.

Watchmaker Les Cubeurs has announced that it is now using a special high tech watermark on the crystal of its watches. The watermark is made using a special laser etching process and invisible digital ink. The goal of the watermark is to allow the company and its authorized dealers to determine a real watch from a fake.

ECG watch clues you in on your impending heart attack

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on March 29th, 2009

ECG watch clues you in on your impending heart attackSadly this watch has no display showing your heartbeat. It’s just a watch with yet another cool way to display the time. The upper spike in the chart shows the hour, the downward spike points to the minute. That’s about it.

But I’m thinking they can magically combine this watch with the ECG watch and just maybe the result would be a watch that displays a day and date when your doctor should be hand with some electric paddles.

Chairman phone for the rich and geeky

Posted in Mobile Phones by Shane McGlaun on March 26th, 2009

chairmanphone-sbIt doesn’t matter if you are a homeless New Yorker or an uber rich businessperson; most of us have one gadget in common — the cell phone. There are few people today that don’t have a mobile phone, though the type of phones we use varies greatly. Many geeks carry the iPhone and your mom may have the cheap phone that comes free with her plan. The mega rich also have their own type of cell phone.

Mobile phones like the Vertu Signature Dragon have been available for the elite for a while. A new handset is now available for the well-heeled buyer called The Chairman. The device is from SCI Innovations and watchmaker Ulysse Nardin. The main design feature of the phone is a functional watch rotor. The phone is offered in solid gold and steel/gold versions as well as all steel versions.

Clairvoyant watch for the rich & foolish

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on March 25th, 2009

Clairvoyant watch for the rich & foolishRemember mood rings? Even if you aren’t old enough, you’ve heard about them. Yeah, this is like that, only geared toward rich idiots. This watch is timekeeping merged with fortune telling. Swiss watchmaker Borgeaud has gone all superstitious and teamed up with Indian fortune tellers to craft a watch that will foresee the future.

Whenever things are about to take a turn for the worse in your life, that kidney-shaped section on the watch will turn brown. (Many people do this same voodoo with their underwear. Though unknowingly) The Borgeaud site states that “the watch automatically displays a daily 90-minute period called the Raju Kaal, which is believed to be a terrible time to make important decisions or start new projects.” Once the dark forces have left, the watch will then return to its normal color.

Kogan GPS watch with Bluetooth

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on March 16th, 2009

Kogan GPS watch with BluetoothKogan’s Android smartphone might be put on hold indefinitely, but that doesn’t mean the Australian company doesn’t have some other stuff in their Kangaroo pouches. Meet the Kogan GPS Watch which is touted as “the most feature packed watch on the market”. It merges Bluetooth, GPS navigation, a pedometer and altimeter timepiece among other features in a single device.

If you’re the MacGuyver type who plans on a lot of outdoor adventures, then this GPS watch is for you. It will record the exercise you are getting while plotting your route using Google Earth. Also features a built-in thermometer and speedometer, alarm, stopwatch and timer.

Hyundai phone watch gets a price

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on March 16th, 2009

HyundaiYou might have heard. What with the whacked economy and all, Hyundai is not only making cars, but cell phones as well.

To refresh, the MB-910 timepiece is a tri-band GSM/GPRS mobile phone with around three hours of talk time, 70 hours on standby and polyphonic ringtones. No video calls, but it does have a 132 x 176 touchscreen able to display WAP-captured content, SMS and MMS messages, and videos.

Help design the next Tokyoflash product

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on March 12th, 2009

Help design the next Tokyoflash productTokyoflash watches are famous for their amazing designs. We’ve featured many of them on this site. Often amazing detailed and beautiful, they also keep time in unique ways. They are more like wearing futuristic artwork than wearing a watch.

Now they want your help. Over on their site, Tokyoflash is featuring a number of concept designs and asking visitors to give feedback and opinions on the designs to help with product development decisions.

Hyundai confirms new watchphone

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on March 10th, 2009

HyundaiWhat do you do when people are no longer buying cars due to the economy being in the toilet? You get the hell out, that’s what. If you know what’s good for you, you’ll make something that people are still buying. Like phones and watches. If you’re Hyundai you offer both in one package.

The MB-910 timepiece is actually a tri-band GSM/GPRS mobile phone with around three hours of talk time, 70 hours on standby and polyphonic ringtones. No video calls sadly, but it does have a 132 x 176 touchscreen able to display WAP-captured content, SMS and MMS messages, and videos.

Truth About Roswell Watch is geeky cool

Posted in Watches by Shane McGlaun on March 9th, 2009

roswellwatch-sbI haven’t worn a wristwatch in years, my iPhone is my timepiece of choice and many people are the same way. However, the wristwatch in some forms is still very interesting to me and Romain Jermoe has a new, very limited edition watch that is beyond cool.

The watch is called The Truth About Roswell and is being offering in a very limited edition run of only 9 units. The watch is from the Moon Dust-DNA series and pricing is unspecified, but sure to be expensive. It has mechanical movement and power comes from a winding mechanism. That means it has all those tiny gears and springs inside the case.

Ulysse Nardin hybrid smart phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on March 8th, 2009

Ulysse Nardin hybrid smart phoneUlysse Nardin’s upcoming Chairman will be officially unveiled at Baselworld later this month. It’s billed as a “hybrid smart phone” and before you ask, no you can’t afford it. It will feature a visible, fully-functional kinetic rotor that will assist it in getting power, just like in a mechanical wristwatch.

There are not a ton of details, but we know that it’ll be unlocked and limited to 1,846 pieces. Full details should arrive around March 26 when Baselworld kicks off. You can use that time to save up, steal, sell all of your possessions, and still fall short of it’s asking price.

Kisai Sensai Tokyoflash aluminum LED watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2009

Kisai Sensai Tokyoflash aluminum LED watchThe line of Kisai aluminum LED watches from Tokyoflash has just been upgraded and this has to be one of the more striking pieces we’ve seen in some time.

You get your choice of case and strap color combinations, each featuring multicolored LEDs beneath black acrylic lenses. The wrist band design has the appearance of a one-piece bracelet and is easily adjustable for different wrist sizes. This one features an animation mode so that once every minute for 12 minutes after the time is displayed, the LEDs rotate on and off in a circular formation.