Why should bibliophiles be the only ones to benefit from the slick electronic paper displays used in e-readers?
Using the same e-ink and touch screen technology used in readers like the Amazon Kindle, the World Time Sport watch lets you to check the time in 24 different time zones with a swipe of your finger. No fumbling with those tiny buttons like on other digital watches.
It’s designed to show two different time zones at the same time, making it perfect for keeping things straight when you travel. The paper-like display has double the contrast of an LCD screen, making it easy to read in direct sunlight or from any angle.
And since this watch is made for sport, the flexible e-ink display allows the ultra-thin, water- and sweat-resistant case to curve to your wrist for a more conformable fit while you’re working out or shooting rapids. Plus you can choose to show the time in either over-sized or normal-sized numbers, so you won’t have to squint through your goggles when you glance down to get a time check.
The World Time is available in Black, White and Orange from PhosphorWatches.com and selected retailers starting at $99.
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