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TOUCH TIME: Digital Watch with Touch Screen

A project in Long Beach, CA by Donald Brewer
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Next generation digital watch with a touch screen, Smartphone-like watch apps, "always on" display, and you never need to charge it.
Backers: 2278
Average Pledge Per Backer: $138

Funded: $314,581 of $50,000
Dates: Aug 6th -> Sep 30th (55 days)
Project By: Donald Brewer
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Latest News

Watch startup gets clues from Kickstarter

September 28th - via: upstart.bizjournals.com
Change doesn’t come quickly to wristwatches, where Swiss luxury brands like Patek Philippe have been around for nearly 200 years. But what is changing is how new fashion watch brands, at the more affordable end of the price spectrum, are getting off the ground: Kickstarter. (Read More)

Phosphor's swipe-friendly Touch Time watch

August 26th - via: gizmag.com
Phosphor's Touch Time watch features a touch display that allows access to the watches’ various functions with a swipe or a tap. (Read More)

Phosphor Touch Time is a Smartwatch You Don’t Need to Charge or Pair With Your Smartphone

August 17th - via: the-gadgeteer.com
If Kickstarter projects like the Martian, Pebble, cookoo, SYRE and Strata are any indication, chunky Dick Tracy style watches are making a come back. At least with geeks like us. The latest Kickstarter smartwatch project is the Phosphor Touch Time. (Read More)

Phosphor Touch Time reinvents the digital watch, asks for Kickstarter cash (video)

August 6th - via: engadget.com
E-Ink watchmaker Phosphor thinks digital watches are a pretty neat idea. So much that it wants to reinvent the '80s staple for the modern era, so it's hired Nike+ designer Stefan Andren to design a touchscreen timepiece that doesn't need a smartphone. (Read More)

Phosphor's Touch Time watch looks to Kickstarter for help, ships in November

August 6th - via: theverge.com
It's not a smartwatch — it doesn't connect to the internet or your smartphone — but Phosphor's latest model still looks the part. This is both the company's first touchscreen model and also its first to use a dot matrix display — historically, they've been segmented, which means they could only show numbers, letters, and a few preselected symbols (it's also using an LCD rather than the E Ink that Phosphor is typically known for). (Read More)

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