Vestal Digichord Watch
The Digichord Watch from Vestal is an actual computer that you wear on your wrist. You once thought that the day of computers so powerful that they could actually tell you the time could only be the product of science fiction. But that day has come, and the computing power that once required banks of tubes and magnetic tape has been scientifically concentrated in a 41mm modern case that straps stylishly to your wrist.
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If you like watches, but cant read analog...
March 21, 2013
I got the pink and white one from Whiskey Militia for $24, well worth that price (it's funny how the SF Giants colored one is the most expensive on dog funk, very smart dog funk.)
I like this watch because sometimes, telling time with analog is too hard. haha just kidding! This watch is great because it is super thin! My friend said it reminded her of Zenon (Disney TV Movie) and I said, it's about damn time we get some space aged sh!t.
The only thing I don't fully love about the watch, are the two light buttons? They're exactly the same, they both light up both screens for the same amount of time, and it doesn't add to the symmetry of the watch in a particularly desirable way. Just weird, but whatever, it doesn't merit the deduction of one star, so it's still gonna get a 5 of 5 star rating from me.
The plastic isn't all sticky-to-your-skin like Nixon plastic, so that's a huge plus in my book.
The only colors they had on whiskey were the red/white/blue, and the pink/white. So don't hold out for any of the other ones. The pink looks exactly the same in person, so dont trip on the possibility of it arriving orange and not pink. Picture is to show the thinness.
5 of 5 stars
June 27, 2011
It's crazy how thin this watch is. Half the time you forget you're wearing a watch because it's so light as well.
Warning: This is a fashion watch and not a surf watch. Don't take it swimming or surfing. It's only 3 ATM which really means Splash Resistant. You should never submerse any watch that's less that 10 ATM/100 meters in water. I own 30+ watches (a lot of which are Vestal's) so trust me on the water resistance. I know what I'm talking about.