Stainless Steel MP3 Watch (1GB) Review

July 12, 2007 at 5:20 pm 1 comment

Reviewed by K.C.

Streamlined design Men’s MP3 watch reflecting the image of basic. Stainless steel face equipped with Play/Stop buttons is fusion of high-tech and decent. It also features a built-in voice recorder.

# Features: Storage capacity: 1GB
# Stainless steel case and watch band
# Support format: MP3 (MPEG1/2, layer3) +U Disk
# Battery: Built-in Hi Li-ion rechargeable 170mAh/3.7V Battery
# Battery life: More than 9 hours continuous playing time when fully charged
# High Quality record: Recording doc. saved in VOIC by WMA format, Link-in doc. saved in LINE-IN file by WMA format too
# USB Transmission Rate: USB2.0
# MP3 Compression Rate: 32Kbps to 256Kbps
# Output Frequency Rate: 20Hz to 20 KHz
# SNR: >=90dB
# Earphone Output: 8MW+8MW
# Operating Platform: Window98/Me/NT/2000/XP Mac 8.6 or above
# Contents: Watch drive, USB cables, earphone

Intro: Want to carry your music around with you but don’t have any pockets to put it in. Then take a look at Brando’s Stainless Steel Mp3 Watch. Looking like your normal quartz watch the Brando MP3 Watch has 1GB of memory to store MP3’s on. So you get the style of an expensive watch with the function of a full feature MP3 player.

Design: Most of the MP3 watches look more like a toy that a kid would wear. This is not the case with the Brando Mp3 watch. Made of Stainless steel the watch looks like any other watch that you will find in a retail store.

Like stores that sell watches the watch is fit for the largest of wrists. You remove links which will make the steel band smaller. If this is too difficult of a task you can have it resized at a jewelry section at a retail store for a small fee.

Function: The Mp3 watch when connected to a pc shows up as a removable disk. Simply drag and drop mp3 songs on to the watch and your good to go. Sound quality was average. The mp3 watch also has FM radio, voice recording, and battery was not bad at around 9 hrs. You should be able to fit around 240 songs on the 1GB space.

Conclusion: Overall a nice watch/mp3 player combo. It’s understated to not look like an mp3 player watch. So you don’t have to be a geek to wear this. It would work fine in casual to formal settings. And I found it very convenient to listen to tunes on the go.

Rating 7 out of 10


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