The Zub Zen-H reveals time in an unique way, on top two rows the Zen-H shows the current hours, while in the third row it displays minutes and the fourth row features the seconds. The Zen-H also features both an alarm and a chronograph mode.
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CubeMe selected for you this week, a romantic/rock silhouette. A 100% silk trousers with a biker jacket and a red lips stick and nail polish for a Rock’n'Roll Attitude.
Martine ‘OMG’ Rubber Strap Watch
Guerlain Rouge G de Guerlain Jewel Lipstick Compact Gala 21
Yves saint laurent Nail Lacquer Rouge
Julius Leather Biker Jacket
Lanvin Cap Toe Sneakers
|Jaeger LeCoultre Stainless Steel Master Compressor Geographic Mens Automatic Watch is a timeless that features stainless steel case and is water-resistant to 330 feet.
Band material: Leather
Bezel material: stainless-steel
Case material: stainless-steel
Clasp type: deployment-buckle
Dial color: black
Dial window material: scratch-resistant-sapphire
Movement type: Automatic
Water-resistant to 330 feet
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WeWood Jupiter watch is a unique watch made of natural wood bracelet and dial Great are made of smooth wood.
We fashions wooden timepieces from mostly scrap-wood and uses state-of-the-art Miyota movements for the guts, resulting in a unique watch that’s handsome, earth-friendly, and splash-proof.
‘I’m Watch‘ is a smartphone-compatible watch, designed to work with Android 1.6, although it’s reportedly also compatible with iOS devices, has 4GB of storage, and connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth. Features of the i’m Watch include a music player, access to things like Twitter and Facebook, and the ability to see the address book on the watch and call contacts from it, read messages, and naturally see a weather forecast.
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.Technically 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.
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SDWorks, a commercial platform attached to the Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s School of Design now started to produce the Mirror Watch – a combination mirror/ LED watch by student designer Cheuk Kee Lai.
Cheuk Kee Lai focused on dual functionality: the mirrored surface reveals a LED digital watch only when needed, and for the rest of the time the watch becomes an elegant reflective piece.
Jean-Charles de Castelbajac (AKA JC/DC), a world renowned fashion designer with a flair for the whimsical, designed “outfits” for a four minute LEGO fashion show.
For his new collection, French designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac has designed a watch inspired by everyone’s favourite childhood building blocks, Lego! He has called the collection Pop Hour.
‘Time of the sky” is a watch designed by Ryohei Yoshiyuki that displays an image of the sky when you are checking the time.
It acknowledges the old fashioned way of telling time which was done by looking at the sky and checking the position of the sun.
LG’s GD910 is being touted as “the world’s first market-ready Touch Watch Phone” and features video calling.
BrickHouse offers the Secret Agent Camcorder Watch, a wrist watch with a hidden camera for taking photo and recording video clips. Looks like a normal watch, the Secret Agent Camcorder Watch has a 0.3 Megapixel camera that can capture 640×480 images and 352×288 CIF AVI videos.
Anyone who tells you romance is dead is wrong (and bitter, and likely to die alone). As evidence, here’s the Sarah Clock. Designer Jim Doan named this beautiful, graceful piece after his fiancÃ©e, just as he named his company after her. And what a compliment: with its flexible graphite stem and unmistakably botanical appearance, the Sarah Clock is like the one perfect flower that puts any bouquet to shame. Plus, it tells time. Let’s just hope the designer’s girlfriend won’t dump him anytime soon.
This limited edition white L.E.D. watch lights up brighter than any other watch available. The time is read by reading the hours on the left and the minutes on the right. When the button is pressed for the time it will spiral all the lights on and off then show the time. Press the button again and the day and date will be displayed. The watch lights up every light in a spiral and then off in a spiral every 2 minutes from 6 PM to 1 AM. Be a real pimp, grab one of these.
Seiko made the first wristwatch that uses e-ink technology. It means that the display, made of e-paper, shows a constantly changing mosaic pattern along with the conventional time display. The watch will be called the Seiko Spectrum, and it’s set to be released on January 27, 2006 in Japan. If you want one of these babies, it will cost you $2,200 USD.