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Posted on Jan 17 2014 - 11:50am by Lisa C.
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For you watch collectors out there.  Can't decide which watch to rock when heading out the door, or are just feeling like messing with peoples minds.  Put on the Melting Watch ($29.95).  Surely this melting watch was inspired by The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali. ...

The wearable health trackers continue to grow.  One of the most notable additions to the gaggle was just shown, at CES 2014, by LG.  The LG Lifeband Touch (pictured above) and the Heart Rate Monitor earphones (pictured below).  The Lifeband Touch fitness band has a swipe gesture OLED touchscreen and does the obvious calorie counting and physical activity...

Many of the watch collector types out there,  at least in the USA, seem to stick to the “standard” brands.  Think Rolex, Omega, Breitling, etc…  Each brand has their signature models, design cues, and technology.  What one watch nerd likes about a watch might not appeal to you.  That is the beauty of today’s watch market… it has tons of choices. With that long winded intro out of the way… I found a new friend for my wrist...

Posted on Dec 4 2013 - 3:18am by Russ
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Today I was informed that Oakley is in the watch game.  I realize that this isn't new, but it is news to me.  Granted, every label seems to have a watch now.  At least the Oakley watches aren't made in China.  They are made in Switzerland. The Oakley watches...

Posted on Oct 6 2013 - 6:17pm by Craig
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The watch lovers at Bathys Hawaii Watch Company decided to bypass the Smartwatch trend and make “the world’s most accurate wristwatch”.  While this claim may be true, the first prototype looks a bit funny.  Dick Tracy called and wants his watch back. This ultra-accurate wristwatch doesn’t take the typical “atomic watch” technology of wirelessly connecting to the central atomic clock.  Instead Bathys Hawaii decided to make...

Garmin’s latest Forerunner watches, the 220 and 620, are a huge leap for runners and walkers.  Both watches have a one-inch color screen providing clear visuals and alerts.  Both Forerunner watches can also synch with your computer or smartphone via Bluethooth, and the 620 can also connect with WiFi.  The Forerunner 620 also keeps track of the runners (or walkers) capabilities and can estimate your race times.  The 620 also measures gait vian an accelerometer and even suggests days off based on heart rate history. ...

Posted on Sep 9 2013 - 8:37am by Craig
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Lighting makes all the difference when shooting a video.  Nikon has a way to add beautiful lighting to your next video project with the Nikon LED Movie Light.  The Nikon LED Movie Light will set you back about $100 and comes with a diffusion panel for a natural soft light without the glare. Can emit light continuously for up to 30 minutes, allowing users to preview lighting in real time on the live view for stills and add lighting to their videos Adds flexibility...

Posted on Aug 29 2013 - 9:53am by Robby S.
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The Kisai Blade Watch from TokyoFlash is an aviation inspired LED watch.  The front of the watch is modeled after a jet engine turbine and uses some clever LED tricks to display the time.  Most folks won't know how to tell the time with this watch until they know how it works, then it is a piece of cake.  Video of the

Posted on Aug 26 2013 - 7:28am by Gadget King
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When I first saw the Ring Clock I thought it was another rendering or prototype.  I was sorta right.  You can buy the Ring Clock ($185) on indiegogo if they hit their funding goal. ...

This high-tech watch has quite a few features packed inside, but the main one is the 41 megapixel camera.  The Hyetis Crossbow Watch ($1,200) also sports Carl Zeiss optics.  The days of carrying around a bulky camera on vacations may be over soon. The Hyetis Crossbow Watch...