Time Tags

Name: Tempo Time Tags
Shop: Unica
Cost: $14 (sold as a set of 2)
Delivery Time: 1-4 Weeks

This could be a great way to get attention – The ad copy reads:

stopwatch? depth gauge? pedometer? …the tempo does none of that. it’s simply a wearable glimpse of time. it tags your sleeve, collar or bag, and is like an extension of the time note on your computer. it’s appropriately un-fancy in its spirit of high-end office supply, and adds a dart of useful technology to power suits and t-shirts alike. made of stainless steel.

Let people read time off your shirt. Just make sure you don’t tag it somewhere inappropriate.

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Unica: Tempo Time Tags


  1. This look really cool. I don’t wear a watch normally, and these look like they would be really handy. I’ve ordered a pair and I’ll try and write back when I get them.

    – Mike

  2. ARGH! No shipping outside the US. FFS when will people learn that there’s people who would spend serious $$$ on this. ARGH!

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  4. Well i got an email from Unica.. there is a tentitive “late February to early March” delivery”…

    Wohoo.. its about time..!

  5. Should arrive in about a week.

    Anybody else think the shipping cost was a lil’ silly? $7 for one-week shipping of a package that weighs less than a pound?

  6. Arrived. Disappointed. A Pseudo-review.

    They’re a good deal thicker than I’d’ve expected, (3/8″), but I’m more bothered by the differences between the photo on the website of what I ordered and what I actually received. The display is much smaller, without as much whitespace around the numbers, and the things that flank the display are weirdly positioned in comparison. The backing of the clock face is frickin’ chrome, so it’s impossible to read at imperfect angles. And despite the photos on the web and the photo on the back of the packaging, there is no negative (white-on-black) display. They’re both black-on-chrome. And the colon in inexplicably and unapologetically a line instead of an actual colon. Although a colon is clearly pictured on both the website and the packaging. *sigh*

    Interesting idea, poor execution. Worth the $15, maybe (you get two, after all), but certainly not the four month wait.

  7. I’m still game to try this product …
    if I could find somewhere in Australia to buy them. I can’t even seem to find a website that will post them here. :(

  8. Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you relied on the video to make your point.
    You obviously know what youre talking about, why throw away your
    intelligence on just posting videos to your blog
    when you could be giving us something informative to read?

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