Tag Archive for Watch

BUREI Men’s Brown Calfskin Leather Watch Review


Yep, new review by me…

Link: http://technogog.com/review/review-of-burei-mens-brown-calfskin-leather-watch/

“Up for review today I’ve got another watch from Burei and this one is very different from the last one I reviewed as it has a nice classic and yet elegant styling to it with gold accents and a brown calfskin leather band. From my time with it I’ve found it’s comfortable to wear and it keep good time, there’s also a day and date display there for you as well. All in all it’s a very decent budget friendly watch. Read on to learn more..  “

Happy Hour Timepieces The Ish Watch Review


Check out the new review by me..

Link: http://blog.testfreaks.com/review/review-of-happy-hour-timepieces-the-ish-watch/

“Today I have something a bit different for review, it’s a watch, but not just any watch as it’s from a company called Happy Hour Timepieces. The name of the watch is The Ish and the idea behind this companies watches is happy hour or 5pm when the work day ends and you finally get chance to relax and enjoy happy hour as it were. The Ish watch is very unique in two ways specifically, the first is that the dial is actually hazy or foggy except for the magical number 5 which is all that counts right?! The second thing that makes The Ish unique is that it has a built-in bottle opener, the clasp is actually heavy duty and it’s designed to open a bottle with just a twist of your wrist. Those are just two things, but overall the The Ish is very nice, it’s well made and it looks great. Read on to learn more..”

Mobility Digest Review: Phosphor World Time Sport Black E-Ink Watch

Yep, another review by me!!


Electronic Ink or E-Ink is getting around but the last place I’d expect to see it is on a watch. Today for review I’ve got something a little off from the mobility theme but not really as a watch is probably one of the first mobile gadgets we had. The product is the Phosphor World Time Sport watch that features E-Ink for its display that makes it crisper, clearer and sharper than a conventional digital watch. This watch also has no buttons at all, everything is controlled by touch, tapping and swiping to get things done. The name should give it away, but it’s a world time watch, meaning you can know the time anywhere in the world instantly. The World Time Sport is great for travelers sure but it’s just as good for times when you’re not straying from your home time zone.

Link: http://mobilitydigest.com/mobility-digest-review-phosphor-world-time-sport-black-e-ink-watch/

Cadence 4-Bit Binary Watch @ TestFreaks


Link: http://blog.testfreaks.com/review/review-of-cadence-4-bit-binary-watch/

"A watch, I don’t think I’ve ever reviewed one, but I have one for review today from a company called Cadence. This watch isn’t just your normal kind though, it’s a sneaky, geeky one. Yes I said sneaky, geeky there. This watch is called the 4-Bit binary and it was designed by a gentleman called John Flear for our enjoyment. What makes this watch special is the numbers, or actually lack of numbers, instead they are replaced with, you guessed it, 4-bit binary code. Anyway, let’s just jump right into this… "