Stainless Steel 8GB Video Watch
The price, the design and the storage capabilities form a trifecta of cool for this watch. from the site: In our effort to always bring you the latest and greatest gadgets, ThinkGeek presents this Stainless Steel Video Watch with a massive 8GB of internal flash memory as well as a full color 1.8" screen. Made completely from shiny stainless steel for the ultimate in style and coolness. High pixel count and frames per second make viewing a joy. Plus this watch has a built-in voice recorder, multiple OSD languages to choose from, a built-in high quality speaker as well as a earphone jack, the ability to view JPEG pictures and listen to music at the same time, and so much more. What more could you ask of such a beautiful looking watch? Be the envy of all your friends and blow them away with your shiny new toy. * Display: 1.8 Inch TFT LCD * Built In Speaker * Video Format: MTV * Conversion formats: AVI, MP4, WMV, ASF, MPG, MPEG, DAT, RM, MOV * Video Resolution: 160x128 * FPS (Frames per Second): 20 * Music Format: MP3, WMA, WAV * Bit rate: 32~320Kbps * Built In Watch with Digital Time Display * 24 Hour Style Time * Time/ Date/ Day Display * Built in MIC * Record Format: WAV * Languages: English, Chinese, Portuguese, French, Korean, Spanish, Japanese, German, Italian, Polish * USB 2.0 * System: Windows 98/SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista * Power Source: Built-in Rechargeable Li-ion Battery * Dimensions: Watch Face- 45x55x13mm (LxWxD)
Wow. This is on ThinkGeek.com?? A classic yet modern watch. Besides the separate and unconventional seconds, hours and minute hands, the middle dial of the watch (which appears black in the photo) actually conceals a regular, c... Wow. This is on ThinkGeek.com?? A classic yet modern watch. Besides the separate and unconventional seconds, hours and minute hands, the middle dial of the watch (which appears black in the photo) actually conceals a regular, clean, hour dot-markers dial. As the second hand rotates, it turns a top, clear plastic piece that's polarized (like your sunglasses). This makes the dial fade from crystal clear, to a darker, darker, twilight shade (hence the name) until it is night-black. Then, 20 seconds (and rotations later) it goes in reverse - from complete darkness to perfect clarity. This goes on and on, dark to light, light to dark. It's jewelry in motion. While how it works might be geeky, it's a modern and surprisingly cool looking watch. The leather band has no visible lugs, so it meets the watch case seamlessly, like a bracelet. The case is made with a sleek, matte aluminum finish. All the marker hands are different shapes. And it's an understated 36 mm in size, letting the watch itself shine without shouting. To truly appreciate the watch in motion, watch the video on their site. $120. UPDATE: Figures this isn't a ThinkGeek exclusive. It's from the Projects Watch Co., by designer Daniel Will-Harris - maker of the also modern and cool 'Reveal' Watch, among others. Check out the included pics for close ups of each phase.