Fashion Time brings the nTren Technologies MP3 Wristwatch to the US market. The nTren MP3 Watch looks like a normal analog elegant wristwatch. We reported about The Japanese Store Rare Mono that offers a similar style MP3 watch made by Thanko back in July. Austrian Laks version of a MP3 Watch looks more sportive, which is not everybody's taste.
The nTren MP3 Wristwatch features include a 10 hour rechargeable battery life, choice between a 128 and 256 megabyte storage capacity,USB 1.1, six different styles and water resistance from 3-10 ATM.
The Leather band MP3 Wristwatch sells for $199 (128MB) and $279 (256MB) respectively. The steel band MP3 Watch sells for $249 (128MB) and $279 (256MB).
Fossil offers new models of their Philippe Starck designed wristwatch line.
Philippe Starck also discovers LED again for Wristwatches, similar to the Japanese Diode Wristwatch. The new Starck watch in the photo is based on L.E.D. technology. The orange acrylic light pipe digits extrude out of the soft polyurethane strap. Time or date can only be presented when the appropriate button is accessed at hours 2 and 4. The L.E.D. Digital comes in three colors and sells for $125.00 at Fossil.com.
All in all Fossil introduces four new Philippe Starck wristwatch models. The Hard-Starck, The Sand Dial, The Dish Digital and the already described L.E.D. (photos below). All of them come in different colors.
The new Philippe Starck Watches are on sale now at Fossil.com.
The ideal Geek Wristwatch, made with the favorite american tool - Duct Tape.
ThinkGeek, who else, is offering this for a Duct Tape made watch, very sporty and fashionable wirstwatch. The strap is covered in Super Duct Tape and reinforced with tough leather. The Duct Tape watch is water resistent to 150 ft.
The Duct Tape Wristwatch sells for $59.99.
For people who like shiny and sparkly things, Check out ICED Out Wristwatches.
The WatchReport reports about Casio introducing new square Baby-G wristwatches.
"These are the first G-Shocks to appear as anything other than round (or roundish) since the initial square G-Shocks were introduced back in 1983. They rounded out in 1987, and have remained that way until now. Not only are these newest Baby-G's square, but they're colorful, sophisticated, and fun."
Full story on WatchReport.
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Fossil introduced new Wrist Net Smart Watches in October.
We already reported about a ABACUS Wrist Net Smart Watch Review. Now the WatchReport reviews the new Fossil Wrist Net MSN Direct Wristwatch (FX-3005).
"The updated Fossil Wrist Net is definitely a step in the right direction, though it's important to note that the focus was on aesthetics and comfort. I'm not going to make a final determination as to which watch -- The Fossil Wrist Net or the Swatch Paparazzi -- is the better of the two since I think that's a completely subjective question and depends entirely on preferences and priorities. I have tried, however, to make enough information available on Watch Report to help you make your own informed decision. I don't think you'll be disappointed with either one. "
Read the full review.