As soon as the new iPod nano 6G was unveiled it inspired consumers and iPod accessory makers to make an iPod nano watch. The square iPod nano 6G with its touchscreen is ideal for be worn on the wrist. The iPod nano combined with a decent looking watch band creates the most advanced touchscreen watch on the planet. Only the GSM Phone watches have more functionality to offer.
HEX is now offering a line of stylish watch bands for the iPod nano 6G that look good enough to wear your iPod nano to a business meeting.
Japanese watch vendor Tokyo Flash unleashed a new unique time piece with the Kisai Broke.
The Kisai Broke is the first watch design from Tokyoflash to be USB rechargeable, meaning enhanced brightness and long lasting battery life.
Tag Heuer and Tesla Motors unveiled a special Tag Heuer edition Tesla Roadster a couple days ago. Now Tag Heuer announced what they plan to do with it - drive it around the world.
The so called "Odyssey of pioneers" is the first ever and a round-the-world tour by a zero-emission GT car. This sporty tour consists of a road show and an exhibition of the brands’ heritage and legacy. This Tag Heuer luxury event visits 15 key cities and for each stop there is the inauguration of an exhibition in the presence of VIPs and press.
Watchmaking giant Tag Heuer unveils the first device to use its new column-wheel automatic chronograph movement.
Tag calls the technology a "21st century design." It has been working on this new engine for its watches for four years. The new chronograph was first demoed in December. It is an improved version of the company's Caibre 1887.
Wheels, drum, articulated shaft among the pieces that make the unique Cabestan Nostromo move
This certainly doesn't look like a watch, but it is. A series of gears on the inside show the time at the upper-left of the case. It's one of those technologically-captivating devices that is more about display than function.
Celsius X VI II to unveil mobile phone with mechanical watch innards
When most people think of merging phones and watches these days, the first thing that comes to mind is a wristwatch that is also a phone. I mean, there's nothing unique about a phone that is also a watch. Those are a dime (a penny, really) a dozen. So leave it to the minds of a high-fashion French design company to take that bland concept and make it something exquisite.
New automatic timekeeping device from Roadnia celebrates company's 80th anniversary
The Cazius Automatic is the newest timepiece from Rodania, offering a stainless steel case and a bold design with three small counters (minutes, seconds, hours) and day/date windows. And even though it has a modern look, the time indicators are Roman numerals.
Volna presents high-tech watch with Grade 5 titanium
This is the newest watch from Russian-based Volna. Designed to incorporate symbols and colors from the world of nuclear energy, this chronograph has a 3-part case that is completely made of Grade 5 titanium, the highest grade possible.
Nicolas Cage's watch from the movie "Bangkok Dangerous" available to consumers
This timepiece was designed to look as futuristic as possible for Cage's role in the high-energy action flick. The sleek screen runs a watch operating system known as "EasySkroll" and the movement is powered by Ventura's VEN04 technology.
Bell & Ross partnered with Peugeot to unveil a new watch concept at the Geneva Motor Show 2010. The Peugeot SR1 watch designed by Bell & Ross offers an
innovative integration concept and features a unique
style and materials. The watch and its band fit neatly into the dashboard to
become a temporary on-board timepiece.
Easily removable, the instrument immediately turns
back into a wristwatch.
Hamilton will unveil the new cool Pulsomatic watch at the Baselworld 2010.
Forty years after revolutionizing the world of watchmaking by inventing the first digital watch, Hamilton is opening the festivities of this anniversary with the launch of a new Hamilton Pulsomatic, equipped for the occasion with automatic technology.
With its science-fiction design, a case inspired by space-age televisions, and a liquid crystal screen powered by an innovative automatic movement, the 82-hour power reserve H1970 movement, today’s Pulsomatic clearly stands on equal terms with its illustrious forerunner, considered to be the first computer ever worn on the wrist.
Mobile Phone watches have been hot gadgets since years. They have been very expensive in the beginning. With the uprising of Asian electronics companies (China) that expand beyond OEM and actually sell their products direct via eBay and other channels new GSM watches can be had for around $150. Let’s take for instance the Q8 GMS Quad band mobile watch phone that even features dual SIM card support.