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The World’s Top 10 Most Amazing Watches

By Russell Deasley @Worlds_Top_10

The World’s Top 10 Most Amazing Watches

The World’s Top 10 Most Amazing Watches

The mobile phone has changed many a person’s life and indeed made many of our lives much better! But it has also made a few things redundant as well. One of those things that we no longer need is a watch! Sure some people still wear them, but all in all most people don’t bother, and why should we when all we need to do is lift the phone up and see the time! But instead of just sitting around feeling sorry for itself the humble watch has changed, no longer just a thing for telling the time, but a thing of immeasurable beauty…

The World’s Top 10 Most Amazing Watches

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Wood Inspired Watch

Wood Inspired Watch

10 – The Wooden One! (£94.99)

Clean, fresh and modern these amazing wooden watches are a great way to start this top 10, amazing to look at and hand crafted for the price they are well worth the money!

Binary Inspired Watch

Binary Inspired Watch

9 – Learning to Tell the Time Again. (£113.03)

This watch is called a Tibida and it offers no less than 3 main functions, time, binary, date! Beautifully constructed with an amazing modern design it is a great gift idea provided that the person you are giving it to can read binary.

Nokia Inspired Watch

Nokia Inspired Watch

8 – Phone Effect! (£155)

With the 12 dots represent hours while the horizontal row counts minutes, this Nokia inspired phone looks nothing but amazing, and is not too expensive neither.

Super Mario Inspired Watch

Super Mario Inspired Watch

7 – Super Mario (£41.00)

In the 80′s if you owned one of these you got instant respect and made friends and girlfriends by simply flashing them what you had on your wrist! OK, that might not be true, but now days these are an ultra rare watch and one that is working is worth a fair penny!

Phone Inspired Watch

Phone Inspired Watch

6 – The Smart Gear! (£242)

Any nerd worth his salt knows what this is. This is a Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch and it is likely to be the first of many, many smartwatches to hit the market. The mobile phone is not changing so firms are making wearable computers the next big thing.

Beatbox Inspired Watch

Beatbox Inspired Watch

5 – Boom Watch! (£90.00)

During the 80′s and early 90′s I walked everywhere with one of these on my shoulder, and now I can get a little bit of retro happiness with one of these amazing watches! Sadly it is not an MP3 player but it is still amazing to look at!

Tardis Inspired Watch

Tardis Inspired Watch

4 – A Real Time Machine (£149.99)

When it comes to Dr Who inspired items I am drawn in by them like a moth to flames, and this is absolutely no different. Classy, amazing, stunning and many, many other buzz words is all I can think about whenever I look at it. If only I could afford it I would get one!

Social Time Inspired Watch

Social Time Inspired Watch

3 – Me Time! (£145)

It might well be called “This Average Day” but this watch is far from average! Based on statistical research it tells people when it is best to do various activities, from eating dinner, to socialising to sleeping! I wonder what time is blog time?!?!

Wordhunt Inspired Watch

Wordhunt Inspired Watch

2 – The Word Watch! (£591)

Clean, fresh modern and sure it is a bit expensive, but this is a super classy watch and one of the best I have ever seen. With a written time being displayed it is sure to be its own talking point even if it is only talking about what time it is.

Moon Dust Inspired Watch

Moon Dust Inspired Watch

1 –  The Watch Raker (£9,000)

Why do I love this watch so much? Because I am a born Moonraker! I was born in Wiltshire and the colloquial name for people from that neck of the woods are called moonrakers! And this watch contains real moon dust on the face of the watch! Real! As in scraped up by an astronaut! The nerd in me alone needs this! …if only I could afford it.

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