This awesome Nixon watch looks a lot more high-tech than it is. It's your basic analog watch with 2 hands and an LED light. You kind of want it because it's not as fancy as it looks. (And, yes, there are plenty of colors available.
This watch relays voice commands to the smartphone buried in your pocket (or under all that paperwork). It features a classic and stylish design. And yes, you do get a wrist vibration when a new call or message comes in.
Smart phone watch with Android 2.2 OS, WiFi, G-Sensor Screen, touch screen and USB connection.
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This watch shows the time with a display of concentric LCDs - the outer circle indicates the hour, while the smaller circle shows the minutes.
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The Martian Passport smartwatch has the ability to receive voice commands to allow you to be completely hands free of the phone. If you like analog watches and don't want to go digital but still want to have smartwatch capabilities then the Passport is for you. It comes with a black leather band to give you that classic look. You can use hands free text messaging with iPhone 4s and above and Samsung S-Voice phones. The mic on the phone has noise-cancelling to cut out background noise.
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Samsung Gear 2 Neo Black Smart Watch
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This sporty and fashionable wrist watch has Digi-Touch touchscreen technology, with time, date, alarm, stopwatch and chronograph functions. Has a silicone strap, LCD dial and a round stainless steel case.
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Earlier this year, Pebble amped up its offering; the new Pebble Steel if far more advanced than its predecessor. Featuring a tough gorilla glass display, this edgy looking device is available in matte black or brushed stainless steel, you can also choose either a leather or metal band.
The Pebble Steel, as it name implies, is constructed with machined 316 stainless steel, which can withstand extreme temperatures and drops.
Underneath this elegant design, though, is where the magic happens. Pebble is known for its intuitive interface, easy to read E-Ink display, and long battery life. As with it's predecessor, the Pebble Steel sports three navigational buttons on its side, which allows users to work with the interface.
New this year is Pebble's app store, which boasts over 1,000 apps now. All of their apps also work with both iOS and Android phones.
Measuring 1.5 x 1.4 x 0.4 inches, the Pebble Steel is both slimmer and narrower than the Sony Smartwatch 2. The device also ships with a charger that features convenient magnetic pins for easy positioning.
Don't let it's elegant looks fool you - the Pebble Steel can withstand dives up to 165' deep. In our testing, we dropped it into a 10' deep pool for 20 minutes. After retrieval the watch was still fully functional, with no noticeable lag.
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Futuristic watch from 01TheOne will definitely be a head turner. The bold green dots travel around the watch face, in the same way that hands travel around a traditional watch face. Quartz face with digital display.
London fashion brand STORM brings this modern and futuristic watch. The Circuit Watch uses stacked LED lights to tell the current time - bars on the left show the current hour and the bars on the right show the minutes.
The watch that tells time with LEDs built into the band. Can you see it? Now c'mon - you know you want this incredible watch. We do!
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The Moto 360 is pure style. After all, it's the first swartwatch that actually looks like a watch - which clearly resonates with consumers, who made this a best seller in 2014.
But the looks don't stop at it's resemblance to a traditional watch. The Moto 360 sports an elegant stainless steel bezel, a sturdy and stylish leather strap, and a gorgeous gorilla glass touch screen. It runs on the Google Android operating system, which is well suited for wearables.
Weighing 1.72 ounces, the Moto 360 is lighter than the Gear Live (2.1 ounces) and the Pebble Steel (1.95 ounces), but heavier than the LG G Watch (1.3 ounces).
The unique circular design is sporty yet elegant. It feels light enough to be a sportswatch, but packs in enough features to be so much more.
In our testing, the display colors were bright and vibrant - everything was clearly visible, and easily viewable even in bright sunlight. To save energy, the watch automatically dims when not in use, but simply lift your wrist and it pops smartly back to life.
The Moto 360 is designed to be compatible with smartphones running Android - and that's wide range of phones. The interface is intuitive and very simple to use and we found it to be extremely responsive.
The latest iPhone may not have dominated the news for long, but the Apple Watch looks to be the snazziest Apple device of the year. With all the functionality of an iPod Touch strapped to your wrist, it's a beautiful-looking, highly user-friendly device that can answer calls from your Bluetooth-connected iPhone, shop online, and track your fitness.