The Phosphor E Ink watch costs about $250 and features the same e-ink technology found in the Kindle. You can choose one of 14 different face configurations, including white-on-black, and can potentially support two time zones because the analog and digital watches aren’t synced. The best thing is that the battery should last for years simply because of the low power consumption of the e-ink face. There were also some complaints:
That said, the Phosphor E Ink watch is probably not the last or only watch you’ll ever need. I found the analog quartz movement and digital modules to be merely adequate, and the lack of any type of illumination system, including luminescent paint, is a blatant omission. However it’s a very nice looking, reasonably comfortable, extremely unique watch and high-tech fashion accessory which is certain to amaze almost everyone you know.
No lume = bad.
Review of the Phosphor E Ink Watch [WatchReport]