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This NCC-1701 Watch Doesn’t Look Geeky Unless Closely Examined

by Stirling Matheson
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Geeky watches are fun, but the problem is that they can cross into dorky territory very easily. This new watch from ThinkGeek, however, manages to just look like a sleek, minimalist, modern watch. If it didn’t have “NCC-1701” proudly printed on the face we’d have never guessed that it was a piece of Star Trek geekdom. The seller promises that you’ll be able to “boldly go, and get there on time.”

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This Star Trek-inspired watch is battery powered, and built solidly with a 45mm stainless steel case. The band is fake leather (sadly), but it is a nice design in a light grey with a red accent. Hey, you can only ask for so much at $119.99(USD). While the lack of numbers around the dial is a pet peeve of mine, it does at least have radial lines that should help people figure out what time it is. The worst thing is a watch that is impossible to read (Ahem, TokyoFlash).

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