Good or bad, but I have a fad for innovative electronic things. Not all my belongings are pricey but truly they make up for out-of-the-box argot.¬ To count on fingers, I have never compromised on my foot wears, handbags and wrist watches. And here I am celebrating the receipt of my flashy red i-toc aluminium model.
Literally, this elite creation from UK-based designer Sean Zoegawatch looks a little bizarre on its first-look‚Äďa neat rectangle minus hour and minute hand. But yes, it deserves the title of wristwatch as i-toc works on a revolutionary principle.
To be straight, the finished model comes with ‚Äúgraduated‚ÄĚ discs (the inner one reflecting hours and outer one pointing to minutes).¬ Not to mention , I struggled for couple of minutes fixing time and dealing with its ‚Äúoverlong‚ÄĚ strap until I discovered that the extra length of the strap needs to be chopped (one section at a time), thereby maintaining a gap of approx 30 mm where you finally carry it. Not to brag, it‚Äôs a real beauty man!
Now quickly I will run you through its exciting range of features
1)¬ ¬ ¬ 3 ATM water resistance (30 minutes @ 1 m).
2)¬ ¬ ¬ Colored crown and matching resin side panels.
3)¬ ¬ ¬ 2-disc Japan Quartz movement.
4)¬ ¬ ¬ Silicon rubber strap/stainless steel ‚Äúbutterfly‚ÄĚ clasp.
5)¬ ¬ ¬ Scratch resistant raised and beveled crystal.
The i-toc watch comes with a 1-year warranty (excluding strap and battery replacement). Mind you counted 400 such watches are produced so hurry if you have already lost your heart to this angel.
Price:¬ $97, ¬£59.95