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Apple has finally launched their latest bit of the tech the Apple Watch (due out in early 2015). The Apple Watch comes in 2 different face sizes (38mm and 42mm) in three different styles (Watch, Watch Sport, and Watch Edition). Add to that a ton of different, and clever, bands and you can make the watch your own. While much about the watches future capabilities are still to be discovered some cool features we know about now are, NFC, health trackers, messaging, phone calls, email, walkie-talkie, directions, etc… ...

Garmin is now fully into the fitness tracking game with their latest wearable the Garmin Vivosmart.  You can chose between two sizes and five colors. This is one of the better looking activity trackers on the market and they got a lot right with it. The Vivosmart tracks distance, number of steps, sleep patterns, calories, and even spurs you to get moving, and yes it tells the time as well. There is also an app that goes with the Garmin Vivosmart...

Take a rugged Casio G-Shock watch and wirelessly give it access to your smartphone for discovering music and you have the Casio GBA-400. Yep, if you hear a tune playing in the elevator you can use the Casio G-Shock GBA-400 which has Soundhound built-in to let you know the song. It will even display on the tiny LCD display on top of the watch. Expect to see the Casio GBA-400 for around $225 this September. [

I think Garmin finally got it right with the Forerunner 15.  They combined the best of their two most popular wearables the Vivofit and the Forerunner 10.  Now you get all of the GPS watch goodness mixed in with daily activity tracking.  Read on for details on the Forerunner 15.

Posted on Apr 28 2014 - 8:54am by Lisa C.
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The Till Watch ($125) takes a neat approach to telling time, it does it "visually".  For example if it is 12:30 the Till Watch will display that time as "Half past Twelve".  Pretty cool twist in...

Posted on Apr 9 2014 - 10:59am by Gadget King
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Just because your wallet has grown up doesn’t mean that you have to act grown up. This cool watch by Valbray, the Oculus Minotaurus, has a transformer like bezel. It starts off looking like a camera shutter but opens up to show off a tiny ball maze game. The Valbray Oculus Minotaurus ($13,800) has a gold bezel, automatic movement, and a 42 hour power reserve. ...

This wearable solar charger/watch is currently on Kickstarter trying to become a reality.  Created by Sean Ebersold, of EnergyBionics, for those times when your phone battery needs a boost.  The design of the Carbon Wearable Solar Charger + Watch looks a bit clunky.  Not sure how that can change much with todays battery technology.  The Carbon...

Posted on Feb 14 2014 - 9:29am by Gadget King
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The Seiko Astron GPS Solar Watch not only looks great, it also makes it so you never have to set your watch again.  In fact, it is the only watch that can automatically adjust to all the time zones on earth.  The watch uses a low-power GPS system that uses satellites to update the watches time based on where you are.  Flying from the United States to Hong Kong?  Not a problem, shortly after...

Pyle's Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor and Watch measures heart rate, average speed, distance traveled, number of steps taken, lap speeds and calorie consumption. The data can then be wirelessly transmitted via Bluetooth Smart technology...

Before you get excited about the Midnight Planetarium Watch let's discuss the price.  While this watch is super cool, the price tag will keep it out of most folks hands.  Ready for this?  $245,000!  Yep, for just over another $100,000 you could have a Lamborghini Aventador. The Midnight Panetarium watch was created by Van Cleef & Arpels in partnership with Christiaan van der Klaauw.  Video of this over the top watch after the break.