Phosphor World Time Sport Watch
by Mark R
This is the World Time Sport from Phosphor watches, and it has an E INK display. I am assuming that this makes it unique, but one of the things that I think make it unique is that there are no buttons.
In the place of buttons are finger swipes that I found quite difficult to work. Seriously, I finally figured out that one is for switching of modes and another is for actually switching the numbers of date, time, and time zone. Seriously, it took me a while to figure it out, which is the only bad thing I have to say about the product.
The World Time Sport offers the ability to select from 24 time zones for one display mode, while optionally displaying the second time zone simultaneously. The dual time zone display can also be made to display the time of day, or both the date and time in either big or little numbers.
As for the watch itself, it is a pretty thin 9.3 mm. It also has a curved shape that looks ergonomically created for a wrist unlike other flat-back watches.
You should be able to get the World Time Sport Watch on the Phosphor watch site for about $99.95 in black, white, and orange.