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Wednesday
Dec232009

Holiday Gift: The iToc Watch

You know I've told you about the Nooka digital watches and the Flud watches...now I want to hip you to one of the freshest I've seen...the i-toc.


The i -toc has a really unique way of telling time - it replaces the hour hand with an hour disc in the center and the minute hand with an outer disc to display minutes.


The watch is the creation of Sean Zoega, electronics engineer and designer. He believes when art loses, forgets or neglects its function, the design has failed.(Deep.)

Sean created the i-toc to be a work of art as well as function. I liked the i-toc immediately because of its sleek design and the simplicity. There aren't a lot of buttons to play with or separate functions to learn. Once you learn how read its disc display.

That's not all...the gradient rings create new patterns as they move to show the time.

It's the perfect conversation piece. Comes in a variety of colors: black, silver, blue, violet, red & orange.

Each watch is made in limited production in numbers of 500, 400 or 200. This lends to the exclusivity.

You might have already seen some of your favorite celebrities wearing them.

The i-toc:
  • comes in a matte aluminum anodised case (41 x 27 x 6mm)
  • 2 disc Japan Quartz movement
  • colored crown and matching resin side panels
  • 3 ATM water resistance
  • silicon rubber strap/stainless steel "butterfly" clasp
  • scratch resistant raised and beveled crystal
  • come with complete 1 year warranty
  • packaged in distinctive tin
They're priced around $90.

If you're looking for a funky, unique watch to add to your wardrobe or give as a gift, head over to i-toc.com.

Website: www.i-toc.com



Tuesday
Dec222009

Casio Databank Watch For Men

Wednesday
Dec162009

EOS Mixtape Watch

The EOS Mixtape Watch comes in Black on Black with the name laser etched in to the face.


Made to look like and actual 60 minute cassette, time is told by the looking at the orange markings on the right reel in the window.

Stainless steel case and leather wristband.

Want to know more about it? Click this link...



Monday
Dec142009

Kenneth Cole Watches

Monday
Nov232009

Nixon The Newton Digital Indigo




The Newton Digital Indigo by Nixon has a disjointed display, oversized buttons and an injection molded silicone band.

Comes in indigo and yellow. One size fits all.

Tuesday
Oct202009

The i-toc - A Unique & Funky Watch With No Hands

You know I've told you about the Nooka digital watches and the Flud watches...now I want to hip you to one of the freshest I've seen...the i-toc.


The i -toc has a really unique way of telling time - it replaces the hour hand with an hour disc in the center and the minute hand with an outer disc to display minutes.




The watch is the creation of Sean Zoega, electronics engineer and designer. He believes when art loses, forgets or neglects its function, the design has failed.(Deep.)

Sean created the i-toc to be a work of art as well as function. I liked the i-toc immediately because of its sleek design and the simplicity. There aren't a lot of buttons to play with or separate functions to learn. Once you learn how read its disc display.

That's not all...the gradient rings create new patterns as they move to show the time.

It's the perfect conversation piece. Comes in a variety of colors: black, silver, blue, violet, red & orange.

Each watch is made in limited production in numbers of 500, 400 or 200. This lends to the exclusivity.

You might have already seen some of your favorite celebrities wearing them.

The i-toc:
  • comes in a matte aluminum anodised case (41 x 27 x 6mm)
  • 2 disc Japan Quartz movement
  • colored crown and matching resin side panels
  • 3 ATM water resistance
  • silicon rubber strap/stainless steel "butterfly" clasp
  • scratch resistant raised and beveled crystal
  • come with complete 1 year warranty
  • packaged in distinctive tin
They're priced around $90.

If you're looking for a funky, unique watch to add to your wardrobe or give as a gift, head over to i-toc.com.

Website: www.i-toc.com



Wednesday
Jun242009

FRESH: The Flud Turntable Watch



Flud and Urban Outfitters bring you the Turntable Watch.

This is that "new fresh" that speaks volumes about the wearer. If the DJ in you is looking to express himself/herself you might want to take a look in the mirror and see if you could use something like this...you probably can.

For those not looking to express anything, it can be funky time piece.

Word.

Price: $88.00


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