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Posted on Sep 27 2011 - 8:12am by Lew
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The Rolex Milgauss was originally introduced by Rolex in 1956 as an anti-magnetic watch specifically for folks working in industrial power plants, medical facilities, and laboratories.  The idea behind the Rolex Milgauss watch is that it can withstand electromagnetic fields up to 1,000 gauss.  The Rolex Milgauss can withstand magnetic fields because of a amagnetic...

Posted on Sep 21 2011 - 8:33am by Craig
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  Ahh, the infamous DIP switch.  Remember having to configure old school gadgets that had dip switches?  Good fun. The Click Watches come in two models, one with dip switches (my favorite) and the one with a rotating dial.  The switch/dial is used to change...

Posted on Sep 13 2011 - 9:20am by Russ
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Another damn concept watch that I want, but can't have, yet.  The Zoomin Watch uses tiny magnifying lenses to highlight and display the hour and minutes.  Now we just need to hope the designers, Gennady Martynov & Emre Cetinkoprulu, realize the demand and make this cool watch a reality.   ...

Posted on Sep 12 2011 - 9:13am by Craig
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  I haven't really thought of Oakley as an expensive watch company, I tend to think of Oakley as a sunglass shop.  If you are an Oakley loyalist and have $8,995 to burn check out the Oakley Elite Full Metal Jacket Watch.  The watch lets you flip between a watch mode with a nice titanium...

Posted on Aug 26 2011 - 10:49am by Craig
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We have seen some minimalist watches like the Eye Of The Storm Watch and the WL-01A Watch with no screen, but the Mutewatch takes the cake. ...

Posted on Jul 20 2011 - 7:59am by Robby S.
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What makes a watch eco-friendly you might ask.  Well in the case of the Sprout Watches it means that the case and buckle are 100% biodegradable, Sprout uses natural bamboo dials, corn resins, 100% organic cotton straps, mercury...

Posted on Jun 15 2011 - 8:42am by Robby S.
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The, almost famous, secret code for smoking grass, weed, or herb is 4:20.  Read on for the full story of how the magic 4:20 time came to be, here.  While the 4:20 Watch isn’t new, the one pictured above with the green cotton strap is.  Expect to see the cotton banded version for sale by the end of June ($85).  If you

Ok, the boring stuff first, it is a watch, it tells time, has a timer, date,stopwatch, and comes in 7 different colors.  Ok now that we have covered the normal stuff, the coolest part of the "The Genie" watch is the fact that it has a "Magic...

Resembling that of something out of star trek the next generation, this watch is made from dark matter-like stainless steel and blinding bright animated LED panels that glow in blue and red for over 100,000 hours...

Posted on Apr 5 2011 - 6:20am by Russ
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There are so many cool watches available today, some glow in the dark for many years, some use satellites to update information, some are phones, and some are just pure wrist candy.  The Opus Eleven Watch falls into the "I have too much money" category at a starting price of $230,000. The largest of the three viewing windows has a dizzying...