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Doctor Who Watch: Timey Wimey on Your Wrist

by Conner Flynn

If you are looking for a watch that will keep track of time here on Earth, but you want to be as stylish as a Time Lord, check out this new Doctor Who watch, out just in time for the show’s 50th anniversary.

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This is not your average watch, though. The hands look like sonic screwdrivers and the TARDIS flies around a vortex at its own pace.


All of your Whovian friends will be jealous when they see you wearing this. The only thing that could make it better is if it actually summoned the TARDIS to your location on command. Sadly, it doesn’t have that feature, but it will still look awesome on your wrist.

It’s only $49.95(USD) from GadgetsandGear. These will probably go fast, so head on over there and buy one before they vanish into another dimension.

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Comments (1):

  1. LostMyfilm says:

    BUYER BEWARE! I just got mine and it chintzy as all hell.

    It’s got a plastic case and a glass face – the standard on good watches is a hardened mineral…

    But the part that gets me the most is that the TARDIS is on an obviously present, chintzy little disc inside the watch face. Seen here: yfrog.com/oegpnkshj

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