For many of us, cell phones, both smart and dumb, have replaced watches as our preferred timepieces. One watch goes the other direction, showing the famous Android droid on a good old-fashioned analog wristwatch.
Modify Watches came up with the design. The watches themselves were originally gifts for the Google Plus team, but now sell for about 60 bucks. The best part is that the watch bands and faces are interchangeable, so you can mix and match them as you please. The watches are also water-resistant to 3 ATM, so they have a better chance of surviving an accidental trip through the washing machine than your actual Android phone does. (The equivalent of one atmosphere of pressure in water is 32 feet deep, so you can swim in a typical swimming pool or the beach without worrying.)
You can also get your watch with Chrome and Google logos, so you can show off your love for your favorite browser and search engine if you don’t use an Android.
For some recent news about the real Android, you might be interested in our post on the Philips Fidelio docking station. If you’re interested in cool watches, why not check out the H1 Hydromechanical watch? Or perhaps you’ve interested in a solar-powered steampunk watch?