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February 2, 2006

Secret Digital Display Watch — Only you know 'what lies beneath'



From the website:

    Hidden Display Digital/Analog Watch

    This is the watch that hides an advanced LED digital face [above] behind its classic analog exterior [below], revealed only when needed for use in the dark with the touch of a button.

    The digital readout is otherwise completely hidden and it can also maintain separate timekeeping from the analog hands, making it ideal for traveling when you need to keep track of different time zones.

    The LED display also serves as a day/month calendar and it automatically adjusts for months with less than 31 days, as well as leap years.

    Water-resistant to 330' and containing a stopwatch timer, the watch has a black leather strap and a stainless–steel case.

    1.5"-diameter face.

    Weight: 2.75 oz.



$124.95 here.

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Indeed, who needs stinkin' watches. I'll go you one further, Matt. I stopped wearing a watch over ten years ago, and I didn't have a cell phone, PDA, laptop or any other modern gizmo. One day I simply realized that at those moments when time mattered there was almoat always a clock around. And in the rare instance there was no clock, I could just ask someone else the time. Let the other folks wear watches.

Posted by: Al Christensen | Feb 3, 2006 12:48:06 PM

I used to be a watch geek. Always looking for that next bling of tech time telling tool. I'm amazed at what happened to me, and appears to be happening to many of my 22 year old son's generation. We don't wear a watch. Don't need it anymore. I have on me a perfect timepiece in my cellphone. One day I forgot to put on my watch, a fate worthy of a quick turnaround back home in a prior time, but I discovered, I didn't need it anymore. Yikes!

My phone, being a Palm Treo 650 (not doing a commercial here, just informing), is connected to the Internet. I get email, read blogs, look up phone numbers and check the weather or get directions, let alone find out what time it is. I try to read all my recreational reading via ebook on it - I've got 50+ ebooks stored in it's memory card.

Watches - We don't need no stinkin' watches!

Posted by: Mattp9 | Feb 2, 2006 8:37:02 PM

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