watches

Giant watch becomes a very strange table

Giant watch becomes a very strange table

Watches are a dying breed, we have enough gadgets that we already carry anyway that we don't need to have one on our wrist. That is unless you just enjoy it as a fashion accessory. Well now you can have a watch table, just in case you're feeling a bit sentimental about your long lost watch phase.

Tokyoflash stainless steel S-Mode Oberon watch

Tokyoflash stainless steel S-Mode Oberon watch

Despite the fact that they're, generally, frustratingly difficult to tell the time from, I do have a soft spot for Tokyoflash watches. One of the company's more recent designs, the Oberon, has been diving in and out of stock for a while now, but they're celebrating a return to availability with the launch of a new, stainless steel variant. The S-Mode Oberon SS uses three rings of blue LEDs to indicate date and time.

Microsoft drop SPOT watch project

Microsoft drop SPOT watch project

Microsoft are quietly pulling the plug on their SPOT watch project, which aimed to bring real-time weather and schedule updates to the wrists of the populace. According to Microsoft's Jon Canan, the technology will no longer be built into any new watches, and the most recent examples have sold out. However, the MSN Direct service itself will continue, meaning anybody still wanting to use their SPOT watch will be able to for the foreseeable future.

LED persistence of vision watch

LED persistence of vision watch

Well, if you thought the TokyoFlash watches made you look nerdy, then clearly you underestimated geekdom. This new LED watch is made by Nate True and requires you to swing your arm like a madman to see the time.