Seiko has created a bracelet-style watch for women which uses high contrast electronic ink technology. It can be set to 'efficiency' mode which makes the display informative and easy to read, or it can be set to 'mystery' mode which expresses the time in a more imaginative, evocative style. The ink display is encased under a 360 degree continuous sapphire crystal and the whole thing will sell later this year for about $2,000. And yeah, it's pricey, but look at this thing. The only way it could get any more beautiful is if they glued Jessica Alba to it.
Prince, best known for looking like a pretty lady with a skeezy mustache who tried changing his name to a symbol, claims the internet is beat and it's time to move on. Well damn, way to Purple Rain on my online parade!
Unlike most other rock stars, he has banned YouTube and i... / Continue →
Nixon's Lodown digital watch is pre-programmed with tide charts for 200 beaches around the world for the next 15 years. It uses a backlit LCD screen which shows a pixel graph of the current surf height. It's made from reinforced polycarbonate, is water resistant up to 100 meter... / Continue →
The catapult watch is exactly what it sounds like, a watch that's also a catapult. It shoots BBs, dried peas, basically anything you can fit into the little launcher on the face. It's made out of stainless steel and claims to be able to shoot the projectiles up to 8 feet across... / Continue →