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N-Product Deckster iPod nano Watch Strap Comes with an Eject Button

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What I first thought to be a watch that mimicked a Nixie vacuum tube display is actually a strap to house your iPod nano 6G (and then just set the nano to its Nixie display mode). The Canadian-made N-Product Deckster looks quite distinctive and different from the other iPod nano watch straps that I’ve come across.

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This is N-Product’s first watch design, and it’s made out of aircraft-grade aluminum. The casing features an eject function, that is reminiscent of an old cassette tape player. Unlike most nano watchbands, the Deckster allows you to easily remove the iPod nano without having to mess with hex screws other fasteners.

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All nano functions are accessible through the casing, including the headphone jack and volume controls.

It’s available with either red or black leather bands. There’s also versions with a bike tire or innertube rubber band. While it looks great, the Deckster is not exactly cheap – with prices ranging from $150 to $165(USD). No iPod Nanos are included at this price.

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[via dezeen]

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