Turn Your iPod Nano Into a Watch With The New iWatchz

Techies everywhere are in their glory checking out the latest and greatest in electronics and technology at the CES Show in Vegas this week.

One of the more fashionable launches announced, was by Watchz. The company’s first line of watch straps, the Q Collection, was introduced nationwide in over 250 Apple stores and on Apple.com and was quickly moved to the top spot in the new market of iPod Nano Watchbands.This patented watch integration system allows users to transform their 6th generation iPod Nano into a stylish wristwatch.

How does it work? You simply Press, Slide and then Click.

Due to the rave reviews and popularity of the product, Watchz announces the launch of the Carbon and Jelly Collections to even more raves at the CES Show yesterday. The new Carbon Collection ($49.95 USD) features a black matte aluminum nanoclipz system and a carbon watchband accented with coloured stitching (available in 6 colours).

The Jelly Collection ($24.95 USD) also uses the nanoclipz system and features a translucent coloured silicon watchband, available in 7 colours. Both collections will be available at retailers nationwide and at www.iwatchz.com in early February 2011.

These are wicked cool and have already risen in popularity with both the youth and adults!

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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