Mutewatch: a watch that’s smarter than you are

Alison Shepard Contributor

By Alison Shepard in New Products on Thursday 1 March 2012

We’re loving the intuitive and sleek new Mutewatch. Here’s a watch that not only looks hot, but also might be smarter than you. And us. Sad, but true.

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Pocket watches by Swiss timekeeper Tissot

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By S Breezy in New Fashion on Wednesday 18 January 2012

Refinement that’s truly timeless (no pun intended). Add elegance to denim or a hint of classic flair to blazers and sweaters this winter with pocket watches. Swiss timekeeper Tissot proves that a love of a yesterday and passion for today are made for each other. The Pocket Men’s Brass Silver Mechanical Pocket Watches have Swiss […]

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Enter the (Swatch) Dragon

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By SBreezy in New Fashion on Tuesday 17 January 2012

You don’t need to be Bruce Lee to rock the Year of the Dragon Swatch watch. Decked in Chinese-style blue and white porcelain with a nifty dragon print, it’s the perfect wrist candy to synchronize to in 2012, the year of the dragon.

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Watch tells the time according to the colour of the sky

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By Zolton in New Products on Thursday 1 December 2011

I probably own enough watches already, but if I didn’t, I’d have to get a hold of this devastatingly cool watch by Japanese designer Ryohei Yoshiyuki which literally displays different colours of the sky every few seconds to reveal a close approximation of the time. By doing so, it transports us back to a time, metaphorically speaking at least, when people referred to the heavens to determine how far along in the day they had come. Genius.

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Kid Robot Swatch Watch

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By Everly Dark in New Products on Wednesday 16 November 2011

On a recent trip to New York I became the proud owner of a kid robot swatch watch designed by Frank Kozik. There are eight artists in this kid robot collection: Tara Mcpherson, Gary Baseman, Joe Ledbetter, Jeremyville, SSUR Ruslan Karablin, Tilt, MAD, and Frank Kozik. With each watch you get your own little dunny, […]

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Mutewatch: swipe the interface like an iPhone

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By Katrina James in New Design on Friday 29 July 2011

I recently photographed the launch party for Mutewatch, a really cool new watch that works just by swiping it just like an iPhone. Very cool. Nice party as well.

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WeWood watches

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By Dijana Necovski in New Products on Thursday 21 April 2011

WeWOOD watches are a stylish way to tell the time in an environmently friendly way. The Italian-made watches are produced from materials which are recyclable, biodegradable and completely free of any artificial or toxic nasties. They also produce less CO2 than traditional materials used to make watches. And if that wasn’t enough, each time a […]

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Virgin Mary HaloTech watch

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By Zolton in New Fashion on Tuesday 21 September 2010

On this Virgin Mary HaloTech watch, the dial is a modern version of the nineteenth century art form of lithophanes, carved porcelain sheets that, when lit, deliver astoundingly detailed images. When the pusher is activated, the dial springs to life in 3D. The watch features a light-up dial, LED light, and afterglo effect.

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Normal Watches

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By Courtney Beck in New Products on Monday 13 September 2010

If there was a statement that sums up the Facebook revolution for a lot of people, FACEBOOK RUINED MY LIFE would be it. You’ve been there with me, agonising over how to successfully hide a break-up, been found by people who should have remained lost, been stalked by these people, and just when you think you’ve blocked them, there’s an email demanding an explanation why. Oh wait, maybe that’s just me.

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1980s styled Furni watches

Zolton Contributor

By Zolton in New Fashion on Friday 30 July 2010

We love the re-Issue of the original Raised by Wolves and Furni digital watch collaboration, which comes with a built-in phone book, stopwatch, countdown timer and multiple alarm features with melody setting.

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Ten Tackiest Things Only Super Rich Can Afford

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By Zolton in New Fashion on Saturday 15 May 2010

Our friends over at Weird Worm have compiled a list of the Ten Tackiest Things Only The Super Rich Can Afford, with the following disclaimer: ‘If you’ve got it, flaunt it. A rule that the super-rich increasingly take to heart. Lest you thought rich people deserved respect, here’s a sample of what they’re spending their […]

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Save 15 percent on the Lost At E Minor store

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By Zolton in New Fashion on Monday 3 May 2010

We have a special discount for Lost At E Minor readers to use in our online store until May 6. If you enter the checkout code LAEMONLY1, you’ll get 15 percent off your order, which you can use on items such as Sovereign Beck ties [above], Das Monk t shirts, Halo Watches and more, more, […]

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Sprout Eco Watches

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By Michelle Wilding in New Eco on Monday 3 May 2010

Sprout Watches are believed to be up to 86 percent eco-friendly thanks to their sustainable make up of bamboo faces, recyclable packaging, biodegradable corn resin bodies, mercury-free batteries and use of cotton bands. They’re pretty neat, but somehow I don’t think the pandas will agree with my sentiments if we use their primary food source […]

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Design your own watch

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By Casper Johansson in New Products on Thursday 15 April 2010

The team at Toy Watch USA have unleashed the Jelly Watch: Mix and Match Men’s and Women’s watches, with a selection of colourful rubber straps, so you can design your own and be the coolest kid on the block.

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Nooka watches

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By Lin Tan in New Trends on Saturday 6 March 2010

Who says telling the time should be an easy task? Pleasing to the eye, not so much on the brain, Nooka watches are arguably more concerned about aesthetics than it is about function. Created by artist and designer, Matthew Waldman, its bar graph-like function lets wearers see, rather intuitively and visually, that time has passed […]

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