The Welcome to iTime website is still under construction, but we received this cool pic by email. What do you think?
The watches look pretty cool. They are all a little too loud and trendy for my taste. But I would like to know what movements they use.
What I don't like is the name of the company - I don't like it when companies try to ride the coattails of Apple's product line-up by putting a lowercase "i" in front of their name or product.
"Oh, nice. So now we're quoting other people to sound deep." -alx007
The Phanthom Carbon has a Swiss Movt, Rhonda 505.
Solid carbon case, carbon dial, luminous hands, silicon strap.
Retail price is € 175.00 or (approximately) $ 230.00.
The watches will be available end of March.
Last edited by Ernie Romers; February 12th, 2012 at 08:56.
I like, especially for that price ... I'll be keeping an eye out :)
edit: or maybe not, just saw that they are 49mm
Last edited by dwaze; February 12th, 2012 at 12:05.
Tissot PRC 200
Steinhart Ocean Vintage Military
Steinhart Nav B-Uhr II
Seiko SKX781 "Orange Monster"
Seiko SRP043 "Spork"
Seiko SNZF11 "Mini Sumo"
Citizen ProMaster BJ7010-59E "Nighthawk"
Citizen ProMaster Aqualand AL0000-04E
Casio G-Shock GW-9200-1ER "Riseman"
Casio G-Shock DW-5600BB-1ER
Timex 4655410878 (birthyear watch)
Vratislavia Conceptum Heritage Chrono
They also come in 43mm.
What exactly is a "solid carbon case"? It must be made from coal.
I like the looks and legibility of those, what's the WR?
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