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Nike Triax Vapor 300: Futuristic Watch for Sports Fiends

by Paul Strauss
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I do my best to avoid showing you guys products that are just “concept” designs, so when I saw the image for this watch, I almost skipped right over it. Usually when I see industrial design work that’s as futuristic as this, I just assume it’s a conceptual mockup and move on to the next thing.

Nike Triax Vapor 300 Digital Watch

To my surprise, Nike’s Triax Vapor 300 digital watch is anything but vaporware. Its striking looks include a super-thin LCD screen mounted in an aluminum case that follows the curvature of your wrist. The screen is protected by a high-quality mineral glass lens, so it should handle all but the most extreme sports.

The watch is designed for serious athletes, with a 300-lap chronograph and five-segment interval timer. The Vapor 300 can also resist water at depths of up to 100-meters. It’s available for about $129 and comes in a variety of color schemes.

[via Wrist Dreams]

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