As a watch, it’s unremarkable—just the time, day and date function on a basic digital display. However when you are wearing a watch that operates a small R/C car, my guess is that being on time for appointments isn’t much of a concern (or holding a job or looking respectable for that matter).
The R/C functionality works well though, despite the fact that you can’t go directly into left or right turns. Changing directions requires you to hit the reverse button which rotates the car 360 degrees. The video illustrates these basic movements, although I have to admit that I originally wanted to set up a ramp and have it jump the table centerpiece.
No dice—the car lacks the horsepower required to get it up just about any sort of incline or over any minor obstacle. Still, it’s a fun diversion if you have a flat surface and some time to kill.
Not bad for only $22, but remember—if you enter our Nerdy Prize Pack Contest, you don’t have to spend a dime. Plus, you get five other awesome prizes that we will be profiling over the course of the next couple of weeks.