Nixon – The Synapse

By - July 27th, 2011

Nixon   The Synapse

In the year 2150, mankind will use their watch not just for the purpose of tracking time. The most gimmickry of all accessories will serve a multitude of functions, from bio-sign monitoring, personal communication, and of course the coolest purpose of them all – a beacon for teleportation. But unless you’re Marty McFly or one of those talking heads on http://comedycentral.com/shows/futurama/index.jhtml” target=”_blank”>Futurama, 2150 seems unattainable, or is it? Introducing The Synapse, a new futuristic timepiece from http://nixonnow.com” target=”_blank”>Nixon. Solid stainless steel pre-stressed to withstand 100-meter of pressure, the all-digital movement includes a chime alarm, timer, and chronograph functions. All of which are encased nice and neatly behind a hardened mineral glass. Nothing too unique here except for one, The Synapse is the first to include an innovative touch screen interface. With a simple tap and each of the function can be pull up. In a jam and need to pull a “MacGyver”? A few more gesture and you can have all the functions operating at the same time. Comes in gold, all-black, all-gunmetal, and black, The Synapse by Nixon will be available worldwide in the coming weeks.

Nixon   The Synapse

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