Stop whatever you're doing and look at this watch. The Slyde HD3 is the last customizable watch you'll ever need. It's a touchscreen wristwatch with swappable digital watch dials that make all those iPod Nano watches look like garbage.
Designed by Jorg Hysek Jr., the Slyde HD3 has an LED screen (OLED option a possibility too), a sapphire crystal cover, water-resistant titanium body (up to 30 meters) and a battery indicator on the side of the watch head. A fancy digital watch not enough? The Slyde HD3 also has a calendar and photo viewer. Don't see a music player in there, but most people own some sort of MP3 player anyway.
If you just take a look at the video below, your mind might be blown (mine was). The swappable digital watches look so intricate — for a digital solution, it might just work very nicely instead of forking over the cash for a Devon Tread 1.
Prices for new digital watch dials will be cost a hefty $50 to $100. No word yet on how much the wristwatch itself will actually sell for. The Slyde HD3 comes in your silver and black. I'll take a black one please!