Thursday, 27 February 2014

Seiko Watch shows off e-ink model for her




Proving that it doesn't really favor one gender over another -- despite the actual fact that these 2 models were introduced nearly 2 years apart to the day -- the Seiko Watch corporation has finally taken the wraps off a feminine version of its original Spectrum 

Electronic Ink watch from 2005. though each watches sport a clearly bracelet-like form, this new timekeeper for the women may be a full garment style that would simply be mistaken for a bit of jewelery, particularly if the show is ready to loop animations in questionable "mystery mode." With the male Spectrum still troublesome if not not possible to return by -- solely five hundred are created to this point, supposedly, priced north of $2,000 -- it isn't clear once the typical client can ready to get her hands on this, however a minimum of you protesters will stop picketing Seiko headquarters and return to your jobs if you continue to have one.



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