Watches

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So, you want an Apple Watch but you don’t have the cash. Hiné Mizushima has got you covered with this do-it-yourself felt version. It’s a simple blue strap with a watch face made up of brightly colored buttons. I bet Steve Jobs would have loved this thing.

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This handmade watch is a replica of the Termina clock tower in The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. And it can be had with various band styles for only $25!

Features include:

Unisex watch
Stainless steel band / Genuine Leather band / Leather with gold finish case
Stainless steel back
Japan miyota movement made by Citizen
Battery included
Wristwatch length: approximately 18.5 cm
Watch band: approximately 14.5cm
Watch case: approximately 3.8cm in diameter
Watch face: approximately 2.86cm in diameter
Weighs approximately 66g

It includes all the detail that was seen on the in-game version, just small enough to carry with you on your wrist.

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This creepy but cool perpetual motion watch is made by HYT watches out of black titanium and gold. As you can see, it doesn’t have traditional hands—just an awesome skull. Look closely at the outline and you can see the red liquid flows around the skull to indicate the hour. No, you don’t know the minutes, but maybe you can eliminate the need for them once you rule the world.

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Smartwatches may or may not be the wave of the future, but they sure do look good with this skin. It’s for Android watches and will give you a Metal Gear Solid Codec face complete with cheesy graphics and Snake’s likeness. You can download the skin at FaceRepo and add a little gaming flair to your futuristic watch.

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Want to pretend you attend Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters instead of your boring Danger Room-less institution? This watch from ThinkGeek might help. The stylish design isn’t exactly subtle, but since it’s black, you can pair it with multiple outfits. It has a stainless steel caseback, a silicone band, and will not give you any sort of mutant powers.

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The HDD Watch takes a tiny piece of old technology and turns it into a unique and super nerdy timepiece. It’s the work of a Frenchman named Jean Jérôme who builds the watches out of obsolete Microdrives and even gives them hands that look like reading arms. He also created a printed watchband that looks like a circuit board.

The watch is currently up for funding on indiegogo where he set a goal of raising enough cash to build 500 additional watches. He’s more than doubled his funding goal with several weeks still remaining on his campaign. You can secure a watch for about $120 and have it on your wrist sometime later this month.

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You can channel your inner spy with this watch that shoots a real, working laser. It’s not just for looks either—it will actually destroy stuff as demonstrated in this video. This gadget has carbon fiber-accents and an integrated 1,500-milliwatt blue laser that will fire for five to ten minutes before the battery dies.

It’s the work of Patrick Priebe who isn’t sharing the details of exactly how he made the thing, because can you just imagine the chaos? He is considering selling them in very small quantities at a price somewhere over $300. Hey, if you’re a globetrotting spy, that’s just a drop in the bucket.

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Time traveling isn’t a reality just yet, but I feel like we’re getting closer because a Flux Capacitor watch exists. ThinkGeek is offering a digital watch modeled on Doc Brown’s gadget from Back to the Future and it tells the time and date using Flux Capacitor lights and time circuit LED. Here’s how it breaks down:

Time is divided into hours, minutes first digit, minutes second digit – so it looks confusing, but is very easy to read. (Example: 10 lights, 5 lights, 3 lights = 10:53 – and it repeats)

When you’re tired of being in the moment, switch to the “Time Travel” mode and the time circuit will display a random date. The only problem is that you’ll have to run 88mph to make it work.

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This watch is a clever (and surprisingly elegant) tribute to the USS Enterprise. It’s an officially licensed product with “USS Enterprise NCC-1701″ on the glass over a face that is etched to look like the saucer section of the ship. The watch comes with a faux-leather band and fits wrists 7″ to 9″.

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Smartwatches are the wave of the future, so it’s a little odd to see the Windows 95 logo appear on one. The credit goes to 16-year old Corbin Davenport who, for reasons no one will ever understand, did this to his Samsung Gear Live smartwatch. It’s accomplished with emulator software available for Android and it’s sure to turn your smartwatch in to the envy of, um, well, find someone still stuck in the ’90s and they’ll be super impressed.

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