Archive for July, 2011

USB Watch: For The Eccentric!


The inventors of the hackneyed USB port would have had the least idea of how utilitarian their concept will turn out to be. Its application today ranges from data transfer to a charging dock. And the latter has seen several ingenious manifestations, one of which is this archaic looking ‘Timeless Watch’. This watch has all feasible signs of being a long distance runner; the primary reason being the absence of mechanical components. From what we gather, the watch sources its energy from a laptop or computer, and perhaps stores it in an in-built battery. For those of you who believe that eccentricity begets attention, this gadget can make a freakish fashion statement. Fix the USB back into the slot located beside the dial and you are all ready to show it off to your techie friends.



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Concept Watch Design From Virtual Ideas

The WUS blog has a post on some new concept watches from Virtual Ideas. This is a Geneva-based design firm that specializes in coming up with ideas for watch companies. It’s a look at three watches that will probably never exist in real life. Follow the link over for all the details.


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Bell & Ross BR MT-01 Concept Watch

Bell & Ross has announced a new BR MT-01 Music Time Concept watch. Basically, it’s an iPod running a Bell & Ross application that fits in a holder on a B&R strap. The app allows you to customize the design of the watch dial. There’s several different styles to choose from.








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iWatch Futuristic Concept

We hope that iWatch is going to be announced as an innovative product from Apple, since this watch looks unbelievably amazing, just like the rest devices of Apple’s product line.



This futuristic iWatch is equipped with aluminum body, integrated RSS reader , WiFi, Bluetooth, weather forecast system and 16GB internal memory.

The gadget can also be connected to your existing iphone/ipad though Bluetooth or WiFi. The peculiarity of this concept watch is its inbuilt LCD projector displaying images from your iPhone/iPad.

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Hublot King Power Red Devil Watch For Manchester United

Hublot King Power Red Devil Watch For Manchester United


For the third time Swiss watch brand Hublot and UK Football team Manchester United come together for a special limited edition watch. The two have been in a long standing partnership, and the fruits of their efforts should appeal to more than just sports fans. This new watch however should be a particular treat for Manchester United fans. For one thing, part of the watch comes from the actual Old Trafford stadium. Look closely at the hour markers - these applied elements are a bit green in tone. They are actually made of the famous grass from the stadium. Hublot experimented with how to do this and finally came up with a process that involves freeze drying and then lacquering segments of the grass. They almost look like “sod crystals.”

The 48mm wide watch is based on the King Power collection and comes in two case materials. A limited edition version of 500 pieces comes in black matte ceramic, while a 250 piece limited edition will come in 18k King gold. Don’t know what King gold is? Neither do I, but it is likely some new gold alloy that Hublot will be using on its King Power timepieces. One new element to the case design is the chronograph pushers that now have a special security bar over them for style and protection.

Inside the watch is a special chronograph movement for measuring soccer game halves. It is the HUB4245 skeletonized automatic chronograph with centrally mounted chronograph hands. Plus, the chronograph measures up to 45 minutes - the length of a football game half. The dial also has a bright red Manchester United Devil mascot figure that looks great with the overall theme. Attached to the strap is a new style of rubber bracelet with fun red strip in the middle. Each of the Hublot King Power Red Devil watches will come specially signed by Manchester United’s own Sir Alex Ferguson - this is probably one of the best watches ever for a soccer team. Look for them soon.

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Casio Sporty Digital World Time 100M AE-1000W-1AV


Casio Sporty Digital World Time 100M AE-1000W-1AV

Case: Resin
Accuracy per month: ±30 sec
Battery Type: CR2025
Battery Life: 10 YRS
LED: Amber
1/100-second stopwatch
Measuring capacity: 23:59′59.99″
Measuring modes: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times
12/24-hour format

Accuracy: ±30 seconds per month

5 independent alarms (one-time or daily)
Approx. battery life
10 years on CR2025
Full auto-calendar (to year 2099)

Button operation tone on/off

Countdown timer
Measuring unit: 1/10 second
Input range: 1 second to 24 hours (1-second increments, 1-minute increments and 1-hour increments)
Hourly time signal

LED light
Auto light switch, selectable illumination duration, afterglow
Mulit Time (4 different cities)

Regular timekeeping
Analog: 3 hands (Hour, minute, stopwatch seconds),
3 dials (second, stopwatch hours and minutes)
World Time
31 time zones (48 cities + coordinated universal time), daylight saving on/off, Home city/World time city swapping
Size of case / total weight
AE-1000W…… 48.1 X 43.7 X 13.7 mm / 40 g

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