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.
E-Ink watch concepts seem to be a favorite for watch designers, but most don't really take full advantage of the super high rez capabilities of their displays. This nifty watch from designer Jonathan Frey changes that, by spelling out the date just the way you might read it in a book, or on its E Ink cousin, the Kindle.
How on earth can a watch this complex also be bulletproof? I don't know, but that's exactly what Devon's Tread 1 is. Crafted from steel, the Tread 1 is one watch that will perplex everyone at your next cocktail party.
The sWaP Rebel had me doing a double take because I thought it was yet another iPod Nano watch, but it's not. It's actually a cellphone, camera, music player, video player, clock, FM radio, calendar and e-reader rolled into one — worn on your wrist. Did I hear Dick Tracy calling?
Tokyoflash's watches have never been about functionality first. Its timepieces are all about design and style. It's therefore no surprise that Tokyoflash's latest watch attempts to emulate traffic with an almost Tron-esque digital display.
A slew of companies might think an iPod Nano watch is sexy, but Manufacture Royale does not. Its accordion-shaped watch is a touch of steampunk mixed with a dosage of style.
All of us have essential information that we might need access to when we're far from home. This watch with a built in MicroSD card reader, makes sure that you're prepared no matter where you happen to be.
The first iPod Nano watch was little more than a band that slipped through the Nano's pocket clip. This new one works much better, with a custom fitted holder that's also designed to protect the Nano from knocks and scratches.
This is the Mutewatch, although it sure looks more like a bracelet than a watch. And I guess that's the point!
We see all kinds of futuristic looking watches here on Dvice, but most are incredibly difficult to read. No so with the Gridlock watch, which looks like a bunch of gobbledegook at first. but is actually easy to figure out.