Before, the sole purpose of watches was to tell people time. We used to think that watches that were stuffed with gadgets only existed in science fiction and detective stories. But now, watches that have lots of functions, aside from telling time, have become a reality. Yes, you can be an immediate spy when you’re wearing a watch that also does video and audio recording.
Although you can’t expect today’s watches to emit laser beams like the watches in some science-fiction movies, the following kinds of multi-functional cool watches are more than enough to keep your nerdy side tickled pink.
1. Spy camera watches
There are a whole bunch of spy camera watches out there that have the capability to do video and audio recording — in some cases, they record for as long as an hour. These kinds of watches come in various colors, styles, and capabilities, they’re really an arm candy too.
2. USB drive watches
If you are truly a secretive person and don’t want anyone to check your phone or laptop (or your cloud storage) for your personal photos and videos without your permission, these watches equipped with USB drive are the safest place to store your files. With this watch, you can take along your files with you, anywhere, anytime. There are watches that have USB drives with a capacity of up to 8 GB. Pretty amazing inside a small gadget.
3. Night vision watches
These are your usual spy watches, only equipped with night vision features. ThinkGeek has a full set of that, for a retail price of $70. They are awesome watches for when you’re hanging out enjoying www.novibet.co.uk with your friends!
4. Bluetooth watches
With a Bluetooth capacity, these watches link to your smartphone. Turn the vibrate of your watch on, then discreetly glance at your watch if it rings during that important meeting.
5. Beat watches
Beat watches have a gesture-controlled music player that tracks your performances while you’re running. Beat is one of the brands that produce such watches. (visit their website at beatnow.com to learn more).
6. Media player watches
If entertainment is your thing, a media player watch is suitable for you. You can play music and videos anytime, anywhere — from just your watch. Some media player watches can take some little technical smarts to get it working right.
7. Astronomy watches
The prime example of an astronomy watch is the Midnight Planetarium Poetic Complication watch. This watch is an incredible feat of engineering, design, and craftsmanship. Aside from telling you the time, this watch (with a $245,000 price tag!) also accurately displays the movement of the planets of the solar system as they orbit the sun.
There are also way more affordable astronomy watches like the Planisphere Watch, whose price ranges from $65 to $80. It will help you find the relevant stars and the constellations on any night of the year by simply rotating the bi-directional bezel.
8. Walkie-talkie watches
These walkie-talkie watches bring lots of fun, especially when you’re going to pretend you’re in a spy movie. All you need is a friend who is having the same walkie-talkie watch as you have, having a direct line to your wrist.
A smartwatch is a fully computerized wristwatch which nearly has all the features that your smartphone has. Smartwatches, like smartphones, have their own operating system and also run mobile apps (albeit limited). Some smartwatches may support Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, or all of them. Such devices may host an array of features including a camera and video, accelerometer, thermometer, altimeter, barometer, chronograph, compass, speaker, and even a slot for SD cards. However, some smartwatches cannot run as a standalone device and otherwise need compatible smartphones to operate effectively.