Available in early 2015 and priced from $349, the Apple Watch boasts a brand new user interface, different from the iPhone and iPad, complete with a 'digital crown.' Users can turn the crown to zoom in and out on a map, scroll through a list, or take the user back to the home screen when pressed. Tim Cook says, "It can be worn all day, in any occasion." It will come in three different trims: Apple Watch in silver, the Apple Watch Sport and the Apple Watch Edition, which sports an 18-karat gold finish. Continue reading for more hands-on images, another video and additional information.
Stuhrling's Classic Winchester Skeleton Watch is currently being offered for only $79.99 shipped, today only, originally priced at $525. A durable synthetic sapphire crystal provides a window into the automatic self-wind movement. The combination of black leather and stainless steel makes this a decidedly masculine watch that deserves a place in your collection. Product page. Continue reading for more detailed images and information.
Stainless steel round shaped case with onion style crown at the twelve o'clock position.
Protective krysterna crystal on front and back.
Skeleton movement with numbers 12, 3, 6, 9 on silvertone faceplate.
Black alligator embossed genuine leather strap with stainless steel buckle.
Water resistant to 165 feet (50 M): suitable for swimming and showering.
The Japanese Iron Samurai LED Watch (2-Pack) is currently being offered for only $24.99, today only, originally priced at $129.99. With the simple press of a button, the watch will display the time with the hour illuminating in LED on top and the minutes illuminating in LED on the bottom. Product page. Continue reading for another hands-on preview and more information
Faceless unique design, LED display of current time Time & Date functions.
Screen: Top and bottom row LED lights for time and date display.
You are going to get two different color led watches: Red and Blue
Material: steel Clasp: Exclusive fold over lock design.
Length: 180 mm with 18 segments for wrist adjustment Power: CR2016 (x1) pre-installed Size: 43 x 25 x 13mm.
You know the saying "like the back of my hand" when referring to something? Introducing Ritot, a high-tech $160 wristband fitted with a projector that beams the time, as well as notifications from a connected smartphone, directly onto a hand or wall. For efficiency and "coolness" factor, the time is projected by tapping or shaking the Ritot and projections last for 10 seconds. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Apple's rumored iWatch is set to launch in October and feature a rounded face as well as come in both mens and womens sizes. In addition to running iOS, Nikkei News reports, "The new watch-like wearable gear will run on this OS, which will be equipped with a centralized function to manage users' biometric information via smartphones." Continue reading for a video and more information.
The invention of the quartz watch in the 1960s, which ran on electricity and kept time with a vibrating quartz crystal, proved a radical departure for the industry. During the 1980s quartz watches took over the market from mechanical watches, an event referred to as the "quartz crisis". Although mechanical watches still sell at the high end of the market, the vast majority of watches now have quartz movements. Here are five extremely cool watches that geeks would love. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of aug(de)mented reality.
The concept of the wristwatch goes back to the production of the very earliest watches in the 16th century. Elizabeth I of England received a wristwatch from Robert Dudley in 1571, described as an arm watch. From the beginning, wrist watches were almost exclusively worn by women, while men used pocket-watches up until the early 20th century. Continue reading to see twenty-four more cool and creative watches that geeks would love.
Invicta's 15897 "Speedway" Stainless Steel Watch is currently being offered for only $99.99 shipped this week only, originally priced at $1,795. At their Swiss workshops, Invicta mixes time-honored traditions with a little bit of horse sense every single day to produce the greatest values in the watch-making world. Product page. Continue reading for a video preview and more information.
Stainless steel with textured vertical stripe dial and black ion-plated stainless steel bezel and center links.
Japanese quartz movement with analog display.
Protective Flame Fusion crystal dial window.
Features date window, black ion-plated bezel and pushers, chronograph functions with 60-second, 60-minute and 24-hour subdials, and fold-over clasp with safety.
Swiss Legend's 10540-BB-01-GRYA Trimix Diver Watch is currently being offered for only $94.12, originally priced at $995, this weekend only. The Swiss Legend watches are meticulously crafted to exacting standards and feature the highest quality Swiss Quartz Movements. Combine this with more than 2,000 combinations of styles, materials, and functions, and you have a watch collection that offers unparalleled quality, variety, style, and functionality. Product page. Continue reading for a video review and more information.
Sapphitek crystal; black ion-plated stainless steel case; black silicone strap.
Chronograph functions with 60 second, 30 minute and day of the week subdials with grey hands; date window at 4:00.
Black dial with black and dark grey hands and dark grey Arabic numerals; unidirectional black ion-plated stainless steel octagon shaped bezel with dark grey Arabic numerals; secured screw-down cap on crown.
Artist Justin Gershenson-Gates, the grandson to a railroad engineer, has always been fascinated at the mechanical workings of things. So, he now takes apart old watches and transforms them into recycled mechanical sculptures. He says: "My aim is to show the beauty of the mechanical world, a place generally hidden from the public behind metal and glass. My pieces display the more delicate and ephemeral side of gears, rather than the cold, hard factory feel they normally portray." Click here to view the first image in this week's internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Noah, a student with down syndrome, receiving a college acceptance letter.