Beautiful Failures


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Behold the John The Baptists of the smart watch world.

Above: The Sinclair calculator watch kit (1976); Seiko Wrist Computer (1984); the Casio CMd-10B remote control watch (1993); the wrist PDA (2004) and Pulsar 18K calculator watch (1976), Nelsonic Star Trek II watch (1982) and Seiko TV watch (1983) and the Wrist Radio (1976).

MORE: The Wrist Of The Story: A brief history of forgotten proto-smart watches (1975 – 2004) (Fast Company)

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6 thoughts on “Beautiful Failures

  1. Mick Flavin

    Re: previous post, “Question”.

    I’ve seen Broadsheet in many a different light over the years, but as a repository of mottoes worthy of my mother’s fridge magnets…now that’s a new one…

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