Saturday, December 17, 2011

Phosphor World Time Sport Watch with E ink

While not a fancy GPS running watch, I like the looks of the Phosphor World Time Sport Watch in orange. (For some strange reason, I like orange stuff.) Since I need to replace my $25 Timex Ironman and I don't think I would wear the 610 all the time, I might drop a "Benjamin" on the Phosphor. From the product page:
"The new World Time Sport with E INK display debuts a state-of-the-art buttonless touch lens operation, allowing for a sleek, ultra-modern look, and the ability to change modes with simple finger swipe across the case. The new World Time Sport offers the ability to select from 24 time zones for one display mode, while optionally displaying a second time zone simultaneously . The dual time zone display can also be configured to simply display the time of day or both the date and time in either over-sized or conventional-sized segments. 
These unique capabilities are packaged in a sleek, ultra-thin, curved case only 9.3mm thick. Incredibly versatile, the new World Time Sport gives you an assortment of different functions and display modes."

Via Geek Dad

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