A video watch you can take to a formal

Style blends old and new, thankfully.


Until we saw this watch, we were almost convinced that all personal timepieces were headed toward the infuriating trend of unreadability. But Chip Chick has restored our faith in human nature by posting an item on a new OLED watch that not only has an analog-style face (gasp) but even some high-tech features to boot.

Made by Vavolo, a Chinese company that has shown a penchant for products with multiple uses, this timepiece can also show video, play MP3s and even display e-book pages, though the last feature may be a bit tricky on its 1.5-inch screen. It can also obviate the need to carry a silly or expensive USB drive, storing up to 2GB of data.

And with the leather band, it looks a lot swankier than most other Dick Tracy watches we've seen. Unless, of course, the iPhone morphs into a one.

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