Phosphor has just announced a new world time/dual timezone model, the World Time Sport. The company is well-known for their e-ink watches (we reviewed a few here) and this one uses a touch interface to scroll through multiple timezones as well as various screens including a dual-time screen for travelers.

The limitations of e-ink make it hard to add features like stopwatches and timers, which can get frustrating for sports fans, but this watch is a bit more rugged than the current e-ink line up and comes in three colors, orange, black, and white.

It’s available for pre-order now for $80 and will ship in December.

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ByJohn Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

3 thoughts on “Phosphor Releases The World Time Sport”
  1. I have had my Phosphor World Time for about a year now, and it has become my nearly daily wearer. I was surprised, because I have a few fancy Swiss made time pieces that cost a couple months rent, and I go around with this digital thing. Mostly, because it is awesome. My one qualm is that I have scratched the mineral crystal a bit. But, even with that minor blemish. Anyway, my point is, for some reason, my Phosphor is the watch that ghet compliments from the ladies. This sport model looks just as cool. $80? Get yourself one.

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