You may think this is a pure James Bond gadget. If you think about it, it's a digital camera on your wrist. Sounds good? Well, there are many flaws in this little chap, but to identify them in full you must first realise why you'd want such a thing. Cameras, are for taking pictures. Rocket science? Not really. So, you have to ask yourself - why would you want to take a low quality, small and granular pic of anything? The chances are you wouldn't. Well, if you bought one of these that'd be exactly what you got. This little camera is more of a gimmick rather than a useful tool. It's not good if you want to take holiday pictures, take pictures of scenic views, or even take pics of friends. High(ish) quality can only be achieved when the subject has the camera thrusted into his/her face, not too impressive. If you have money to burn, you might as well buy it. And then burn the watch. If you're after a useful tool that serves a purpose, give up now!
I won this product last year after entering a competition on the Big Brother website. I got it and I felt like 007, if only my real name was James Bond !!!!! I'm not sure about the specifics of the watch, its takes a hundred black and white pictures and the pictures can be downloaded onto a computer.Very useful. What I like best is how easy it is to take pictures, and how nobody has a clue that I'm using it. Good thing that I've got morals Its not perfect though, the pictures are only clear when very close up and in medium or dim light the pictures are awful. Also, the price tag £150 is a bit steep but all in all I do think it is worth it