It’s amazing how technology has evolved over the past years. The continuous advancement of technology has made our lives easier. Though most will argue that it comes with its own disadvantages, there’s no denying that the good outweighs the bad. And it’s so cool to discover new things to geek about, just like Mutewatch, a touchscreen watch that works like a charm while disguised as a high-end baller ID to me.
When this was sent over for review, I was definitely dying with curiosity. I was like, "What is up with this watch?!". Let me tell you what I found out.
First off, Mutewatch was designed and developed in Stockholm, Sweden. It has gained popularity over the years, especially after Steve Wozniak – yes, the co-founder of Apple, said the following as a show of approval of this technology:
I have a mutewatch, which is almost undetectable as a watch. It looks like a blank gray rubber strap around my wrist. One end of the strap has a USB connection for charging. You flip your wrist or tap the watch to have some segments light up white. It’s a masterpiece of combining materials in ways I’ve never before seen. Very creative and unique. It has alarms and timers and all. You swipe your finger, gesture style, on the display to set it up and control it.
The material is water-resistant and hand-washable. Even the LED display. So, you can clean it up when it gets real dirty.
The wristband is also adjustable. And you can turn it around, so the LED screen is on the inner part of your wrist to give it that baller ID look.