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Phosphor launched the new World Time Sport E-Ink digital watch that allows users to change modes with a simple finger swipe across the case. The World Time Sport also features a high-contrast display and offers the ability to select from 24 time zones from one display mode, while optionally displaying a second time zone simultaneously. Initially available in three colored versions – black, white and orange – the World Time Sport also features a lightweight, flexible silicone band and durable plastic case.
This is the sport watch that I've been looking for, it's waterproof and boasts long battery life: the new Forerunner 310XT from Garmin. Expected to be available during summer 2009, ...
The rugged Black Sea watch is the newest addition to the Ulysse Nardin's Maxi Marine Diver collection. The watch features a 42 hours power reserve indicator, oversized small ...
Available pre-order for $675, the Exclusive Limited Edition Racing Touch watch allows for multiple functionality with 11 touch-activated functions at your fingertips thanks to the Tissot tactile technology. Highlights: ...
Only made of 50 units, the Harry Winston Opus 8 watches are not for average person as it costs about Â£215,000 per unit. The watch run mechanically but display the ...
G-Shock and the Surfrider Foundation createed its second co-branded collaboration watch: The GRX5600SRF-3 digital watch. The watch has Self-Charging, Tough Solar Power technology, shock resistant construction, recycled packaging, a ...
Garmin Forerunner 310XT Waterproof Multi-Sport Watch (I Want
Ulysse Nardin’s Black Sea Watch
Tony Parker LTD 2011 Racing Touch Watch
Limited Harry Winston Opus 8 Mechanical Digital Watch
G-Shock X Surfrider Digital Watch