unknown.jpgI’m meeting with these guys next week but I thought I’d give you all a little sneak peek. I don’t quite know what’s going on here, but somehow this watch is attached to a tiny computer that measures a number of environmental conditions. The detachable part has a thermometer, pulse meter, chronometer, compass, barometer, and altimeter and was inspired by a “near death experience in the mountains in Switzerland.” I suspect he saw the prices at the ski-lodge snack bar.

Not quite sure how this is different from the T-Touch, but we will soon see, I suppose.

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  1. I like the idea of blending a mechanical watch with a digital one. The way I see it a digital watch has the advantage of backlight, highly accurate timekeeping, lots of functions and the ability to take one hell of a beating. But somehow they lack that soul which comes from a highly tuned mechanical watch. This way you get both, sort of. If you need a digital function for your next trip to the great outdoors you just slip on the appropriate accessory. However, as I understood it, the whole idea falls on the fact that the watch is not actually integrated with the technology (digital to mechanical) but just a wrist band to attach it to. But I can be wrong, it will be interesting to se some more in depth reviews.

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