Tag: timepiece

  • Omega Dark Side of The Moon Watch: Ticking Away the Moments

    The Dark Side of the Moon was one incredible Pink Floyd album, but you don’t have to worry that the similarly-named Omega Speedmaster watch looks like its prismatic album cover. Instead, it’s just fittingly dark and moody. Read more @ Technabob

  • If You Love the iOS Railway Clock, Check out This Official Watch from Mondaine

    Remember last year when Apple got into trouble for blatantly ripping off the iconic clock design of the Swiss railway? Well, after that hullabaloo, Apple had to pay for the rights to use this design in iOS. Well if you really like its style, then check out the Mondaine Evo watch. Read more @ Technabob

  • Past Present Future Watch: The Time Is Now

    Living in the moment is an admirable saying, but it’s not always easy to do so. This watch tries to remind you that there’s no time like the present. Having something like this strapped to your wrist makes it easy to remember. Read more @ Technabob

  • Ressence Type 3 Watch: Look Ma, No Hands

    For as long as watches have been made, most of the analog watches have had hands of some sort. Granted, there are plenty of digital watches that eschew hands altogether, but I have trouble naming any analog watches that didn’t have any hands. This one takes the ‘no hands’ concept to a whole new level.…

  • MB&F HM4 Final Edition Watch: Mortgage Everything You Own to Get It

    There’s something to be said about watches that cost more than cars. Needless to say that this analog wonder of a watch will cost you a pretty penny, but it will probably last you a lifetime. But how about watches that cost as much as your house? Or two? Read more @ Technabob

  • Vulcain Nautical Cricket 1970 Watch: A Classic Gets Remade

    I remember that when I was a kid, it was a big deal when my dad got a Seiko analog watch that had a built-in alarm clock. It was definitely something different, and it looked better than a lot of digital watches. The Vulcain Nautical Cricket Watch was an early analog alarm watch from 1970,…

  • Tokyoflash Kisai X Watch: It’s Time to Decode the Time

    A lot of Japanese watches aren’t that easy to read, but this one makes things look eve more undecipherable since it’s inspired by cryptography. The watch certainly looks distinctive, but will it be legible enough to be useful in daily life?

  • Time Timer Watch PLUS

    There are more and more watches offering vibrating and tactile alerts these days, but they can get somewhat expensive. However, they can discretely make you aware of an alert, without annoying anyone, and let users with special needs broaden their reach of time. Read more @ GeekAlerts

  • Casio G-SHOCK GA-1000 For Aviators

    Casio has just released a new addition to their very popular G-SHOCK line. The Casio G-SHOCK GA-1000 is based on an aviator concept, and has a face that is easier to read in challenging conditions. The face has large numerals and a digital display, making reading the time a cinch. Read more @ GeekAlerts

  • Tokyoflash Kisai OTO Watch: A VU Meter on Your Wrist

    While everyone is going a bit nutty speculating about Apple’s potential iOS smartwatch, Japanese watchmakers are pumping out their own interesting watches. This one includes a sound sensor making it work like the bar graphs on a digital VU meter. Read more @ Technabob