Control Alexa Devices from Your Wrist with This Smartwatch

If you want a lot more from your watch than just the time, this smartwatch is unlike any on the market. The Martian mVoice AE series boasts bold, stylistic features while maintaining an active lifestyle design. And it’s on sale now for 55% off the regular price.

This watch presents a timeless appearance with an uncluttered 24-hour analog clock display, but it’s packed with smart features like push notifications, turn-by-turn navigation, and even Amazon Alexa compatibility. That’s right, you’ll be able to control your home devices from the convenience of your wrist. The watch even has a shutter control that you can use to snap photos, including selfies.

Don’t just check your watch for the time. Do more with the Martian mVoice Smartwatches with Amazon Alexa. Get yours for just $129.99(USD) in the  Technabob Shop – more than 1/2 off the MSRP.


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This clock has hands… and legs!

MB&F is known to push boundaries with their timepieces. Unlike most watch brands that’s all about following tradition and legacy, Maximilian Büsser and his friends (MB&F) dabble with timekeeping on a different level, oftentimes creating watches that are more sculptural or are performance pieces rather than the standard two hands and a dial.

Octopod is one of MB&F’s most dazzling (and borderline scary) timepieces. Exploring the aquatic theme (an MB&F favorite), the Octopod is mesmeric (and borderline scary, I repeat) with its transparent orb head and eight movable legs. The timepiece almost floats inside the transparent orb, and was engineered to perfection by L’Epée 1839, who have been in the watchmaking business for over 175 years. The watch’s movement is made from 159 individual components, including 19 jewels, with an eight-day power reserve. The true enchantment however lies in the Octopus head that comes with a 360° gimbal action allowing the watch/clock face to face in any direction. The timepiece itself is mounted on a special glass base-plate with anti-reflective coatings on both sides, making it absolutely unnoticeable so it looks like the timepiece is truly floating in air.

Available as a limited edition, the Octopod comes in three colors, Black PVD, Blue PVD, and Palladium, and an absolutely hefty price tag… which is the price you pay for something this remarkably beautiful and unique. Not to mention again, borderline scary.

Designers: MB&F & L’Epée 1839






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