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Batman Themed Swatch Watch


Journey to Gotham City with this sleek & trendy black, yellow and white tribute to high-flying pop culture. The design of FLAGGERMUS captures the powerful yet playful, bold essence of the bat-inspired persona to make a superhero statement in style!

A black and yellow dial lends it a bold look, with yellow hands that are truly eye-catching. The white and black strap is set apart with a solid black loop and a matte black buckle complete with pointy ears.

Purchase HERE for $70.


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New MagicSliders Turn Your MagicBand Into A Watch


One of the more popularly requested accessories for MagicBands at Walt Disney World Resort is a watch. There will be two MagicSlider timepieces coming this summer – a Minnie Mouse analog timepiece and one with a digital display. Both will be available at Disney World!

MagicBands are colorful, waterproof wristbands that you can quickly and easily touch to a sensor called a touch point. Cards work in a similar fashion, but physically resemble a plastic credit card or driver’s license. Both MagicBands and cards allow you to travel lighter throughout your vacation.

You can use your card or MagicBand to:

-Unlock the door of your Disney Resort hotel room.
-Enter theme and water parks (with valid admission).
-Check in at FastPass+ entrances.
-Connect Disney PhotoPass images to your account.
– Charge food and merchandise purchases to your Disney Resort hotel room (only available during your hotel stay).


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Pebble Time


Pebble Time is a smart watch has a full color, always-on e-paper screen. Features include a week-long battery life and  built-in mic so you can respond to incoming messages.

The software is new and the case features a steel bezel, a Gorilla Glass lens, water resistance and compatibility with both Android and iOS devices.


Pebble Time will be available in three colors for $159 exclusively on Kickstarter and will start shipping in May. Later in the year, it will sell for $199 on getpebble.com and in stores worldwide.


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Back To The Future Flux Capacitor Wristwatch From ThinkGeek


ThinkGeek presents the Back to the Future Flux Capacitor Wristwatch ($50)!


Reading the time on the watch is pretty fun. Press the bottom button and then get ready to count lights. 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). At the same time, the time circuit LCD display will show you the date. But the Back to the Future Flux Capacitor Wristwatch just doesn’t tell the time – with a press of the middle button, you can also activate “Time Travel” mode, where the Flux Capacitor will flux and the time circuit will display a random date.

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Fitbit Force, A Fitness Tracking Band That Functions As A Watch

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Fitbit is preparing to launch the Fitbit Force, a new fitness tracking band that will also function as a watch. The Force has a built-in altimeter that will work with a new “Floors” feature to tell you how many flights of stairs you climb each day. The Force also includes a physical button, an improved display, and is partially water resistant. 

The black or “slate” device will come in large or small for $129.99. No word on the release date yet.


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Apple’s iWatch Will Launch This Year


Apple is currently working on a smartwatch to be released later this year, Bloomberg reports. The company has a team of about 100 designers working on the “iWatch,” led by design chief Jony Ive.


The smartwatch will allow users to make calls, use caller ID, and check map coordinates and will also contain a pedometer for tracking steps and heart rate.

According to The Verge, the watch will run iOS, a feature which is currently posing battery life issues in the product’s development. Rather than lasting at least 4-5 days on a single charge, the current prototypes only last for about 2 days.


*Please note that the photo images used in this post are concepts not designed by Apple.

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