This watch contains all the major constellations that can be seen in the northern hemisphere. The watch part is quartz which allows it to keep relatively accurate time.
Designed for Star Wars fans, these 3 clocks will wake you up to various quotes from either C-3PO, a Stormtrooper or Chewbacca.
The clock here is built from an old Millennium Falcon from Star Wars and uses the centre point of the ship to embed clock work in to it’s innards.
Although not a difficult task to accomplish, ie, use a drill and some clock parts, it still looks unique on any wall.
One funny thing to note is the picture to the right of the Millennium Falcon Clock… check out the Storm Trooper there (better picture after the jump). [Read more…]
TokyoFlash are re-releasing the Casio DataBank watch for a limited time. Described by the guys over there as “A true classic brought back to life”, the watch, as the previous versions did, allows you to store telephone numbers on it, perform calculations and wake yourself up with 5 programmable alarms.
The new upgraded style version comes in amber, ultra pink, natural green and aqua blue. Technical wise it has 13 languages built in allowing you to operate the watch in English, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Dutch, Danish, German, Italian, Swedish, Polish, Rumanian, Turkish and Russian. [Read more…]
The GPS tracker watch is designed for children to be worn so that their parents can keep track and know where they are. It might be classed as an invasion of privacy for children, but at the same time it could also protect a child if something unfortunate was to happen.
The watch is named the “lok8u num8″ which I guess is in the txt-msg style that some people use and actually means “locate you” – “new mate”. The watch side of the device is just your standard watch that tells the time. Inside a GPS tracking chip and locator is found that has an accuracy of up to 3 meters which isn’t bad at all. The device works similar to how latitude works from Google in that the system uses a mobile phone network to send GPS coordinates to which then an authorised user can look at the location. [Read more…]
When to you receive the First Time Gear Clock you actually get it as a box of bits that need to be put together to make a working clock. It is designed for those who like to build things and comes with easy to follow colour coded instructions.
The clock is transparent allowing you to see all the inner workings and gears to see how it all works. Each part of the clock serves a purpose to teach you what it actually does and why that part is there. [Read more…]
Phosphor have created a nice looking watch that doesn’t use the traditional LED or LCD screen that we find in most digital watches. Instead they have used E-Ink to display the time on the face of the watch. [Read more…]
The Wind Chime Alarm Clock features 10 metal pipes that bump in to each other making a chiming noise. It’s a more of a gentle way to wake up rather then a sonic bomb clock that throws you out of bed.
The clock has both 12 and 24 hour modes, shows the date, has a stop watch function and 2 different alarm modes. The 2 choices of alarm modes are just a regular beep, or the wind chimes clattering against each other. [Read more…]
This new watch is created by Timex and acts as more then your average watch. Built-in functions that can be found are an altimeter, barometer, thermometer, chronograph, alarm and compass. [Read more…]
The Gun O’Clock is an alarm clock that requires a shot to hit the bullseye to shut it up. [Read more…]
Garmin have announced a new Fitness Watch named the Garmin FR60. It comes bundled with a heart rate monitor and a GPS receiver giving you the perfect watch to track how you are doing and where you went. [Read more…]
As soon as you see the name TokyoFlash you probably think crazy watches… this time it’s a crazy clock that has been created although it’s not that crazy and looks very cool. The Blue LED Mesh Clock is the name of it… more after the jump. [Read more…]