Many solutions have been proffered to help stop violence against women. Few seem like as much of a non- sequitur as India’s. It’s a watch.
There are a number of Bluetooth watches floating around out there, but not many can be worn by a fashion-conscious fellow. Granted, fashion is a fairly subjective thing, but take a look at the watch liked prior. Not cutting it at a business meeting.
Berlin, Germany — How many times has your phone rung but you didn't hear it because it was in your pocket? Or not realized you had a meeting? Or not realized how low the battery was?...
With almost everyone carrying a cellphone these days, the good old wrist watch has become more of a fashion accessory than an essential piece of equipment. This watch aims to change that, by working along with your smartphone to make a wrist piece you can talk to.
Most kids today grow up reading digital clocks on their phones and computers, so they may be confused by all that "when the big hand is on the two, and the little hand is on the three" stuff. Just for them, there's now an analog watch that makes things simple, with just one hand to tell you the time.
If you're one of those overprotective parents who wants to keep tabs on your kid at all times, this watch and phone combo is just the ticket. Just as a LoJack system lets you locate your stolen car, the watch includes a built in GPS tracker that lets you follow the wearer wherever they go.
Taking inspiration from a Lamborghini Aventador, Marko Petrovic's "Avenger Vertical" tourbillon watch pays tribute to the Italian-made sports car's partially exposed rear-engine canopy. If only it wasn't just a concept.
Does anyone still really care about Tron stuff? It all seems a bit 2010 to me, but if you still have a love for all things Tron, here's a really cool looking watch that you can actually buy today.
The watch fanatics over at Tokyoflash work around the clock (no pun intended) to come up with the most bizarre and strangest watches that'll leave your head spinning. TF Design Studio's latest watch doesn't just tell time, it's a breathalyzer as well. Yes, please!
Every once in a while a weird watch comes out that's practically impossible to read (i.e. Tokyo Flash watches), but Julien Moïse's Eole watch concept is just quirky enough it doesn't hinder the time-telling experience. See that turbine ring on the watch's head? When blown, the watch blinks to life.