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  • But, as is often the case, exquisite beauty has its drawbacks—after a time, my watch's tune-up faded and it was back in the shop again.

    Time Warp

  • In fact, the company says the watch's battery will last for about 2 years, based on its testing of the prototype's Bluetooth capabilities for about 12 hours daily.

    CES 2011: Casio's prototype watch keeps tabs on your phone

  • The lines form a grid that functions as a perspective drawing, leading your eyes inevitably toward the watch's hands.

    Time for Something Special

  • Bell & Ross has attempted to take the chance out of gambling with the BR01 Casino, where the wearer is able to predict which number will come up next on the watch's roulette wheel dial.

    Weird, Wild Watches

  • The first is the watch's patented method of changing the home or destination time so quickly and easily.

    What Does Your Watch Say About You?

  • Silencing, accepting, or rejecting an incoming call is then just a simple tap on the watch's face.

    CES 2011: Casio's prototype watch keeps tabs on your phone

  • Intriguingly, at 12 o'clock, two interlocking, diamond-rimmed circles suggesting handcuffs hint at the idea of captivity contained in the watch's title.

    Time for Something Special

  • In that swollen stillness the watch's renewed ticking seemed as loud and terrible as a gavel striking a tin table.

    William

  • For the L.U.C XP Tonneau, the movement is the ultra-slim, self-winding and chronometer-certified L.U.C. Calibre 3.97, which is visible through the watch's sapphire glass case back.

    Basel: A Sneak Preview

  • But every colorful setback adds to the watch's mystique.

    The Edge of Time

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