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Nooka Zub Zoo 40 Watch: Lets You Swap Bands on the Fly

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Nooka just released an update to their Zub Zoo LCD watch. They’re calling it the Zub Zoo 40 and it’s got an interesting feature, which makes it very easy to swap out bands. This means that you can customize them quite easily.

nooka zub zoo 40 watches design style timepiece

The Zub Zoo 40 allows you to simply slide off the bands to swap them out. It’s available in 4 colors, black, red, white, and a charcoal/green combination. There are a total of 40 different bands, allowing you to mix and match the colors you prefer.

nooka zub zoo 40 watches design style timepiece

The watch has a big display to show off the hours, and a horizontal bar that looks like a power meter to tell the minutes. It also has a chronometer and alarm functions, as well as an EL backlight. The Zub Zoo 40 costs $100 (USD) over at the Nooka online store.

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