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Citizen VIRT Bluetooth Wristwatch


citizen-bluetooth-watch-mobile-phone.jpgWe’re not big on the wrist computers over here, but it’s interesting to see watch companies create stuff to compete with the stuff that is essentially driving them out of business: cellphones and their ubiquitous clocks. This Citizen monster has Bluetooh built-in so you can take calls on your wrist, like a mad-eyed Dick Tracy.

A small organic EL display is used to display name of the caller if the phone has an entry for it.
Another very useful feature of the Bluetooth watch is that it notifies you if you leave your phone behind.

They’re only making 5000 of these, so get cracking.

Citizen VIRT Bluetooth Wristwatch Talks to Your Mobile Phone

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  1. Interesting that you bring up the challenge to watches from cell phones. I’ve noticed, anecdotally, that a lot of younger people (younger = younger than I, age 36) don’t wear watches anymore.

    Am I the only one noticing this trend, or are other horophiles noticing, too?

  2. there’s a definite movement away from wearing watches. folks just seem to have no reason to strap on a watch now. which is why i made this site.

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