Most "smart" watches are meant to pair with even smarter phones. Unlike the Neptune Duo Smart Watch & Dumb Screen. This system packs the brains — 4G cellular, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, and NFC — into a wrist-bound gadget capable of making calls, sending texts, and other essential functions, and pairs it with the Pocket, a 5-inch, 720 display that gives access to large-scale apps and content, and also houses a pair of cameras and a battery large enough to charge the watch a couple times before you plug everything in. Powered by Android.
You don't need to be a pilot to appreciate the Breitling Chronoliner Watch. But it doesn't hurt, either. Designed with aviation in mind, it features a COSC-certified chronograph displayed on counters at 12, 9 and 6 o'clock, ideal for measuring flight times. A second 24-hour time zone is readable via the red-tipped hand and the rotating, scratch-resistant black ceramic bezel with 24-hour scale, and white ceramic numerals keep things readable even at night thanks to a contrasting black dial.
It's tough to fill a whole room with sound from a single speaker. The Poet Pandoretta 360º Sound System makes it easy. This striking unit features seven speakers driven by a 170 Watt amplifier, all set inside a wooden enclosure that's topped with a brushed stainless steel case. It offers lossless aptX Bluetooth and AirPlay for wireless streaming, one digital and two analog connections for wired components, and an optional oak base that complements the sleek design perfectly.