Saturday 26 July 2014

10 best digital watches


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Casio Databank
While most of us carry mobile phones that can store oodles of data, there's something very satisfying, in a Dick Tracy kind of way, about being able to save information on to your wristwatch. With room for 25 names, addresses and phone numbers, plus a calculator, this is a neat back-up for forgetful phone-owners.
€60 at
Wi-Fi watch
Want to know if there's a good Wi-Fi signal wherever you are? Even if that happens to be 100 metres underwater? Then this is the ideal timepiece for you; an inexpensive option, it displays the strength of the Wi-Fi signal in your locale in numbers. Shockproof and waterproof.
€33.95 at
Forerunner 405
If you take your fitness seriously, you'll need a watch that can help with your training regime. Garmin's latest Forerunner is a scarily efficient device that monitors time, distance, speed, your GPS location and your heart rate. It stores the data, so you can pore over your lap times on your PC. Surprisingly straightforward to use, too.
€267.89 at
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