Phosphor Introduced Its Compact, Multi-Purpose ‘Touch Time’

By: Itai Buenahora - Published: Mar 24, 2014 • References: phosphorwatches & gizmodo
Phosphor introduced its compact, multi-purpose smartwatch that doesn’t require a smartphone.

Running a small suite of apps, the Phosphor Touch Time smartwatch houses a monochrome touchscreen LCD display, and does not require a recharegable battery. The watch consists of a coin cell battery that dies only once a year! You will never have to plug your watch into a wall or wait for it to be ready; it constantly runs and is an efficient timepiece with evidential elements of modern technology.

There are five built-in time displays, a month-by-month calendar, a stopwatch, world time, and an alarm clock -- all the basic functions and necessities we all need on our watches.

The Touch Time is available in a series of different wristbands and colors depending on your preference, and it is only $159. In a time where technology is ever-evolving, this timepiece will keep you in tact with the basic elements of technology on the face of your wrist. Stats for Compact Multi-Purpose Smartwatches Trending: Older & Chilly
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