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WeWood Wooden Watches

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on September 29th, 2010

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck is a woodchuck could chuck WeWood Wooden Watches? That’s the question. This is one of the coolest watches we have seen in a while. WeWood watches are created from wood, including the case, strap and watch face.

None of these watches are stained, and all of the finishes are completely natural, making them look pretty awesome and they come in a wide range of colors.

Ulysse Nardin unveils awesome Freak Diavolo Rolf 75

Posted in Watches by Shane McGlaun on September 16th, 2010

Most of us buy watches, assuming we even wear a watch, that are relatively cheap. There are some wealthy folks out there that buy watches more as a fashion statement than to tell time. One of the watchmakers that produce some of the coolest designs is Ulysse Nardin.

The latest creation from the maker is to celebrate the company owner’s 75 birthday. The watch is a limited edition and only 75 will be sold globally. The watch is called the Freak Diavolo Rolf 75. The cool part about the watch is that it lacks a true dial, crown, and hands. The pieces and gears that make the watch are exposed for all to see.

G-Shock Gets New Design from Dee & Ricky

Posted in Watches by Darrin Olson on June 13th, 2010

G-Shock Watch designed by Dee & RickyWe’ve seen our share of G-Shock watches come down the pipe but never one designed quite like this. The new GA110DR-1A from G-Shock gets its primary-colored Lego design from New York fashion designers Dee & Ricky.

Although the watch has a toy-esque look to it, it still holds true to the G-Shock name with durable features including magnetic resistance, 200M water resistance, LED light, the ability to track time in 48 different cities, alarm, calendar and more.

Kenneth Cole Touch Screen watches

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2010

The new touch screen watch collection from Kenneth Cole claims to be the first touch screen watch for the fashion market. So pay attention fashionistas. Some features include a 32 city world time function, electro luminescent back light, stainless steel construction, water resistance and chronograph technology.

These watches come in three different styles ranging from $125 to $175. The Kenneth Cole watches are available directly from the Kenneth Cole website or Macy’s and Dillards.

Citizen releases new Bluetooth-enabled watches

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on May 1st, 2010

Citizen Japan has introduced the I:Virt M series TM84-0351V and TM84-0352V Bluetooth-enabled watches in the Japanese market. With these watches, you can read e-mails up to 210 characters directly on the watch, as well as control your cell phone’s volume, accept or reject calls, display your cell phone’s battery level and be notified of incoming calls.

Both watches are capable of magnifying the text up to 14pt from its original size. The Citizen TM84-0351V sports a leather band, while the Citizen TM84-0352V sports a stainless steel band.

LEGO Star Wars watches

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on March 9th, 2010

The awesome watches above are part of a new line of LEGO Star Wars watches that are arriving on April 1st. No, this is not an early April Fools joke. These watches are real. They come in kids-size and some are adult size as well.

They will cost you $22 for kids, $30 for adults, but sadly the adult watches don’t come with a minifig like the kid’s versions. Don’t they know that we adults need toys too?

Star Wars watches By Marc Ecko

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on October 20th, 2009

Star Wars watches By Marc EckoWhen it comes to Star Wars geek money flows like a raging waterfall into the pockets of enterprising dudes like Marc Ecko. Even when the economy is bad. Ecko has teamed up with Timex to release a line of Star Wars watches.

The line is inspired by Star Wars obviously and uses a mix of metals, rubbers and nylons. They feature “indiglo”, sounds and other gimmicks. There’s Boba Fett, R2, Stormtroopers and of course Vader. There’s no price information yet, but the Timex/Ecko pieces will be available this holiday season so that geeks can get all broke and live with their mom another year.

Split Screen Fashion Watches

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on June 15th, 2009

Split Screen Fashion WatchesThe Split Screen Fashion Watch from 01 THE ONE will turn your boring old binary style watch into a completely different watch. A watch that is on the cutting edge of hotness, not to mention hipness. Those looking to bling out their wrist space this summer have three new colorful designs.

All three were specially constructed to be water resistant up to 99 feet. Don’t be a daredevil and go for that 100 depth. They will feature a binary timing system, along with month and date functions as well.

Phosphor watches feature curved E-Ink displays

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

Phosphor watches feature curved E-Ink displaysDespite the fact that hi-tech watches are awesomely cool, they tend to make one look like a nerd. That’s why these e-ink Phosphor watches are pretty cool. They bridge the gap. Awesome tech, with a look that is at least respectable.

You could actually wear these outside of a Trek convention without being labeled a dork. They have screens that will show you the time, date, and other stuff. Techie and retro at once, without going overboard. They’re all under $200.

Retrowerk watches go Steampunk

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

Retrowerk watches go SteampunkGerman watchmakers Retrowerk have introduced a new range of Steampunk watches. While they don’t shout Steampunk at the top of their lungs, they sort of raise their voice as it were.

They sport the usual Steampunk design cues, like pistons, cogs, gears, revolving jump hour discs and so on. They’re a tad more affordable than most high-end watches, priced between $429 to $1098. Handlebar mustache and bowler hat not required, but they help.

Casio Robo-watches celebrate G-Shock anniversary

Posted in Robots by Conner Flynn on December 31st, 2008

Casio Robo-watches celebrate G-Shock anniversaryObviously this is a marketing gimmick. But ask yourself, are these robot watches more awesome than your typical watch? Hell yes. Casio’s 25 years of G-Shock celebration continues with the offering of a new set of character watches designed by Shiro Nakano.

Now that I’ve given you the good news, it’s time for the bad. These robot characters themselves are not available for sale. And yes, that’s a big mistake, because they are amazingly cool. They would make great desktop clocks. And good robot clocks are hard to find. Ask any robo-enthusiast.

Swatch 007 Villain collection watches

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on October 6th, 2008

Swatch 007 Villain collection watchesThere’s good news and there’s bad news. The bad news is that these watches haven’t been in Q’s workshop and outfitted with weapons. The good news is that these 007 Villain watches from Swatch look pretty damn cool. Perfect for any villain looking to cause mayhem on a global scale.

You can get 19 different watches from the collection, all based on classic Bond movies like Quantum Of Solace, The Spy Who Loved Me, Live And Let Die, A View To A Kill, Goldfinger and Casino Royale and others. They cost anywhere from $60 to $235. I guess you can always have weapons and gadgets put in after you purchase them. You might as well take over the world in style. Meanwhile the villains from Austin Powers get no respect. Where are their watches?

Sony Ericsson does up ladies’ Bluetooth watches

Posted in Watches by Nino Marchetti on September 24th, 2008

Sony Ericsson MBW-200

Sony Ericsson launched this week its first collection of Bluetooth watches for women. Looking not geeky at all, you’ll find the MBW-200 range of watches available in select global markets by the end of the year.

The MBW-200 watches offer what Sony Ericsson describes as “three different sophisticated designs to match your personality.” They were designed in conjunction with Fossil and are labeled the Sparkling Allure, Contemporary Elegance and Evening Classic Editions.

Scramble & Progression Tokyo Flash watches

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on June 3rd, 2008

Scramble & Progression Tokyo Flash watches
Japanese watch wizards Tokyoflash have announced two new amazing and as usual neat timepieces – Scramble and Progression, from the Nekura company. For once they aren’t hard to read, like many others. We’re really digging the sort of techno/biology look, similar to what you’ll find in any Metroid game.

Both watches feature full color LEDs embedded underneath the interface. Touch the upper button to illuminate the display with whatever color you choose (blue, green, cyan, red, pink or orange). The watches also sport a multi-color mode that cycles through all the colors, while they glow brightly to highlight the time. The price isn’t completely unreasonable at about $124.

Globwon ZTC-F1 offers up watch phone abilities

Posted in Watches by Nino Marchetti on May 9th, 2008

Globwon ZTC-F1 watch phoneGlobwon Electronics is making available to overseas purchasers a new Chinese watch phone. It is called the Globwon ZTC-F1 and you’ll find it pricing around $225.

The Globwon ZTC-F1 is a quad-band, mobile phone which supports Bluetooth for hands-free calling and includes an integrated 1.3-megapixel digital camera. It’s also got FM radio capability and comes with a 1GB memory card.

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