Diesel watch gets all OLED’d up

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Being a fan of watches Im always on the lookout for cool wrist adornments, but Im a little split over this one here. It’s one of the latest from fashion house-Diesel, who do make some neat timepieces.

The DZ7086 (catchy, eh?) features a dual color OLED display, technology normally used in mobile phones, and possibly in future televisions. It comes in a stainless steel casing, with plastic and has a leather strap.

Want? Then hit up the product page.

The Nixon Murf Watch

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Style: you either have it or you don’t. Well, these timekeepers from Nixon certainly do. Coming out in a range of colors-they just ooze cool, no matter which finish you go for.

The Nixon Murf watches offer Japanese quartz movement with a retro-looking dial showing hours and minutes and has an LED light, so the night need not rob you off the sight of your new wrist adornment.

The band is stainless steel with the usual butterfly clasp to secure it, as a jealous glance of this watch would make anyone want to prise it from your wrist.

We just love the retro simplicity of the collection, though for something different, the wood flavor looks particularly awesome and a deviation from the usual stainless steel facias to be found on the high street.

Prices range from $300-$350. If you’re just as lovestruck, you can purchase them right:

Ray-Ban folding sunglasses: a good look?

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One thing we know for sure about sunglasses is they look cool. They also make some people look cooler than they might be. Just pop a pair of shades on anyone and presto-they take on a  new-found coolness that we just can’t get from our peepers.

But looking at these Folding Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses has made me wonder; are sun-goggles that fold away still as cool?

Let’s discuss.

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Talking Japanese Watch, talks Japanese

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Remember those watches that taught you how to read the time by speaking it. Well here’s a Japanese version.Learning to read the time in another language, especially Japanese can be extremely confusing, so something like this is perfect for anyone heading out there.

While they may not be the most stylish watches around they certainly have their own retro charm, and neon’s mixed with dark colors is in fashion too. If your eyes can stand the brightness you can get one for $24 right here.