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November 3, 2010

Paper Watches

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From Wholly's Blog: "Geneva-based watchmaker Altanus designed these cool paper watches, called 'The Patch.'"

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"Created from biodegradeable paper, the LED watches are waterproof and tear-resistant. Inspired by papier-mâché, the super-thin watch weighs just 11 grams and comes in 11 different neon colors."

$34 when they become available.

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I like! But not like the price. $5 per watch and I'd consider buying several. And yeah, I'd prefer not to have those sharp corners.

Posted by: bubbub | Nov 4, 2010 9:34:21 PM

Somehow, those sharp corners don't look very comfortable...

Posted by: Kitten | Nov 3, 2010 8:42:31 PM

With the obsession of time, I predict (mystical music plays now);

An implant soon(wherever, probably the underside of the wrist)

of a clock with a lens, much like a cataract replacement,

powered by body heat to tell us the time up to and a few hours beyond our passing.

9:11 ;-)

Posted by: Joe Peach | Nov 3, 2010 6:34:37 PM

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