Now here’s a real bling method of telling the time – using Swarovski crystals in the Phosphor wristwatch. Phosphor uses what they call a “proprietary Micro-Magnetic Mechanical Digital technology” that will rotate Swarovski crystals into place, forming digital time readouts on its encrusted face. Of course, when you put it on par with E-Ink displays, this is more or less a low resolution version – albeit using shiny crystals instead of electrically-charged granules of white and black pigment. There are six different styles to choose from, with the ladies getting more choice with four while us men are stuck with just a couple. They won’t come cheap though, with prices starting from $199 upwards. Ah, the price of vanity!
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