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Fossil Wrist PDA Redux

Hopefully Fossil is serious this time about their new Wrist PDA: a full Palm OS (4.1) built right into a watch. Actually, I'm sure they were quite serious the first time they announced the Wrist PDA and took "Best of COMDEX" in the mobile devices category nearly two years, though...

Review of the Nike HRM Triax Inspire

View the Nike Triax Inspire photo gallery. The Nike HRM Triax Inspire is a simple and solid watch that pretty much does one thing, and does it well. Although it is equipped with basic versions of your standard sports watch features, it's primary purpose -- with the help of the...

The 1977 Pulsar Calculator Watch

I came across this classic while doing some shopping on eBay the other day. After 18 bids, it ended up going for $1,125 -- not bad for a 27-year-old timepiece. Although the watch is nearly as old as I am, I was actually able to dig up some pretty interesting...

Seiko Sportura SLQ017

Unfortunately, I don't own this watch, and even more unfortunately, it's likely I never will. There were only 1,500 made world-wide, and only 400 of them found their way to the US. It's a shame because I think this is an absolutely fantastic looking timepiece, and I've always had a...

Extend the Warranty On Your G-Shock For Free

All you have to do is take a survey, and apparently your warranty is extended for an additional year. It's not clear whether you have to register your watch, as well, however I would assume so. Registration can be completed online right here. While I have the attention of G-Shock...

TAG Heuer Introduces the Microtimer: The First Watch Precise to 1/1000th of a Second

In 1966, Heuer (before it was TAG Heuer) patented the first miniaturized electronic timekeeping instrument accurate to 1/1000th of a second. Now, 38 years later, TAG Heuer releases the first wristwatch capable of the same level of precision: the Microtimer. Features of the Microtimer F1 racing timer. Measurements precise to...

Review of the Casio GW-300 G-Shock Tough Solar Waveceptor

View photo gallery. The Casio GW-300 is solid, practical watch for people who are more interested in ruggedness and durability than elegance. It's not the last watch you'll ever buy, or the only watch you'll ever need, but if you're looking for a tough, affordable digital watch, the GW-300 is...

Suunto Slims Down the n3, Introduces the n3i

It looks like Suunto has shifted their focus slightly with the new n3i. The n3i is a modest redesign of the n3, and my feeling is that they have shifted their target market slightly toward the business user. The two primary differences between the n3 and the n3i are the...

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