Seiko Electronic Ink Watch for Women

Last November the 2006 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genve prize for electronic watches was awarded to SEIKO’s remarkable Electronic Ink watch, because of its breakthrough display technology. With its ultra-thin profile display, its extraordinary contrast and clarity, and its unrestricted design potential, SEIKO’s Electro-phoresis Display watch has captured the imagination of the industry.

For 2007, these unique capabilities have been fused into a delightful bracelet watch for women which is the perfect expression of SEIKO’s emotional technology. If the wearer is at work, it can be set to its ‘efficiency’ mode; the display is informative and easy to read. If, however, the watch is set to its ‘mystery’ mode, the panel expresses the time in a more imaginative, evocative style. Just pick the style to reflect your mood!

Design: Seiko [ Via: I4U News ]

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7 Comments

  • zooloo says:

    wow – supercool!

  • nofrills says:

    is it for sale??

  • Sven says:

    I’ve always been interested in the LCD technology in watches. Shame most were limited to cheap throwaway watches, giving the technology a bad name. I’d love to know how long a battery would last today, as an LCD watch with time, day and date (all you need to know, really) using today’s latest design and manufacturing technology, must draw less current, and the batteries are better anyway. A longer lasting battery is greener. Swatch have shown that all-plastic watches needen’t be cheap and tacky, and I see no reason why an all-electronic watch shouldn’t be much cheaper than the semi-analogue ones Swatch sell, yet hold near Rolex quailty.

    And the bracelet watch shows that the skies the limit designwise.

  • jo lee says:

    hey im just wondering if the seiko electronic ink watch for women is for sale, if it is where can i buy it and how much for?

    thank you

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