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Swatch Touch Watches Look Great, Get Rid of Buttons

by Conner Flynn
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Remember Swatch watches from way back when? Well, the Swiss watch maker has unveiled its very first touchscreen watch called, what else? The Swatch Touch. It is expected to hit retailers next month and they look just as colorful and cool as their old watches.

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They have ditched any and all control buttons in favor of a touchscreen and the design is clearly inspired by modern smartphones. The Touch features a large touch-sensitive LCD display with stylized digits that will let users sort through all of it’s functions and features. For instance, you can swipe between displays to view different time zones, access the chrono, set alarms, the timer and beep menus.

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To start, these watches will come in six colors: camouflage, pink, purple, black, white and turquoise. They will be available on October 1st for £100 (~$156 USD).

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[via T3]

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