Growing up back in the 1970s, I remember going to the furniture store with my parents, and being hypnotized by those dual-layered mirrors that had lights built into them, creating a sort of infinite light effect.
The Millennium Falcon is one of the most iconic ships in the Star Wars universe that was a character in its own right. Han and Chewie flew that ship all over the place and got up to all sorts of scoundrel business in it.
If you want to play your synthesizer on the go and play no matter where you are, there’s no need to lug around that heavy keyboard. Get one like this. An Italian company called Audioweld created this version that is small enough to be worn on your wrist.
The Synthwatch has a functional seven-key keyboard, which seem a little small for most fingers, but its makers insist have been designed to work with any size finger.
Does anyone even know who Dick Tracy was anymore? Probably not, but they know his watch. Nick Mathis and his brother want to make that watch a reality. So they’re looking for 5,000 people interested in an officially licensed, Bluetooth enabled replica of Dick Tracy’s watch that can make and receive calls.
While it wasn’t the first handheld game system, the Nintendo Game Boy was the first one that really mattered. Despite the limitations of its green and grey LCD screen, it offered up a smart design, and some truly addictive games.
We all know that Groot is pretty darned awesome. After all he’s able to communicate a million things with the simple phrase “I am Groot,” and he also sacrificed himself to save all of his friends in the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie.
Remember that cryptic wristband that the Predator wore? You know, the one that he used to blow himself up with at the end of the first movie? Well if he wore a wristwatch, it might look something like this.
The Skmei Ninja watch looks particularly demonic when lit up in red, which is how it displays minutes.
Steampunk fans needing a cool watch to go with a costume or just wanting something to wear around all the time will want to check out this Entropy Calibrator watch. It looks like something the main character in an HG Wells book would wear while on a time jaunt.
The watch has 36mm diameter face, which displays the current state of the Galvanic Scale of Temporal Decay.
Analog makes watches that are made from natural materials. What could be more natural than cat and dog hair? The animals give it a licking and then these watches keep on ticking. I would think that the furry community would be all over this.
This watch from Wealth Solutions and Swiss watchmaker Louis Moinet comes with a shot of whisky. Each of the 50 limited edition watches will contain a single drop of an exceptionally rare and old whisky, Old Vatted Glenlivet 1862.
If I want whiskey on my watch, I’ll spill it there myself and if I want whiskey inside of my watch, I’ll dip it in my glass, like a normal sane person.
Like the way the Apple Watch looks, but don’t want to spend a few hundred bucks? Cheap Chinese knock-off makers are here to save the day! At first glance, this $16 wristwatch looks just like Apple’s popular timepiece.
If it weren’t for the words printed on the face of Skmei’s watch, you’d swear it was an Apple Watch with the sport band.
If you are the Indiana Jones type or just someone who loves the outdoors, you want to protect your Apple wearable from the environment. Well, a new Apple Watch protective case created by MTM Special Ops Watches delivers a weapons grade aluminium or titanium casing that will keep your Apple Watch protected from the elements and just about everything else.
In addition to making your Apple Watch look cool and tough, it adds two dials to the left of the display.
If your quest is to catch them all, this timepiece from watchmaker Romain Jerome will make it awfully difficult, unless you have a spare $20,000 to spend on this RJ X Pokémon watch.
It’s a pretty sweet watch for any Pokémon fan, with a neat engraved lightning bolt background, and a hand-painted, raised enamel Pikachu in the center of the dial.
As cool as the Apple Watch is, many people still find themselves wanting to wear an old analog timepiece. Maybe they like the weight of it, or the aesthetic. Whatever the reason, these people wish they could have both on their wrist.