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Next generation digital watch with a touch screen, Smartphone-like watch apps, "always on" display, and you never need to charge it.
Next generation digital watch with a touch screen, Smartphone-like watch apps, "always on" display, and you never need to charge it.
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    1. Missing avatar

      ANDREY on May 12

      I still have not got this watch. Several years have passed.
      Is the creator a deceiver?

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      Kiran on February 13

      Years later, I still want to pay tribute to this piece of junk in a reminder.

    3. John Johnson on October 1, 2017

      I should have invested my $184 USD, could have paid for a smartwatch.

      Never did receiving anything from these guys :/

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      Gerhard Maree on September 26, 2017

      POS mine lasted 3 days

    5. Dave Butsy on September 15, 2016

      Donald is a rat,at least i got mine.I wore it once.
      it sucks,
      the battery sticks out 4mm out the back so it doesn't sit on your wrist

    6. Tim on January 28, 2016

      I'm pretty sure the battery can be replaced with any " CR2450 " 3-volt battery, if the same was used for each, anyway. The instructions are relatively simple (at least after a few attempts..) to replace the battery yourself, and can get them on amazon or anywhere (I think) and probably most places that fix jewelry/watches would be able to replace it for you. Hadn't realized the downfall that had occurred with the company or whatever. I got my watch on time, no pun intended, and it worked fine for me, for years, albeit only wore it occasionally due to it being a bit too bulky for continued comfort. Wish it had all turned out better.. especially for the people who I guess didn't get theirs.. sadly it's not a guaranteed source of stuff on Kickstarter, since it is for helping to kick-start companies and/or projects and/or ideas.. not always a success, not always legitimate. Maybe that will improve in time. Either way, I hope this comment at least helps someone needing a new battery, as I'm about to get some to use my watch again. (please feel free to correct me if I used incorrect battery info/etc. I'm no expert.)

    7. Michele Aceves on January 13, 2016

      My battery died. Where do I get it replaced?

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      Kiran on January 11, 2016

      This watch design was flawed. I received mine and the battery died within a few weeks. A watchmaker took a look at the watch and managed to "jump start" it. The electronics apparently had some flaw in them. So glad the arrogant Donald has failed. Needless to say, I donated the watch. Nothing more than junk, just like the proprietor of Phosphor.

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      Vexiss on November 18, 2015

      Seems like Phosphor has crumbled. They don't even have a website anymore.

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      Danial Perry on November 17, 2015

      Oh wow, just randomly checked this and noticed people haven't got theirs yet. Lets just say, you aren't missing out on anything! It's just massive and terrible... I got mine a long time ago, actually wore it once and threw it in the drawer.

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      Paul Sprangers on November 11, 2015

      Watches have been sent out indeed, but apparently not to everyone.
      Feedback and response have always been notorious bad. I'm afraid that you should consider your watch as lost. But hey, believe me, you didn't miss a lot. I've worn mine a few months, but decided to drop it, because it was quite clumsy in operation. Modern smart watches offer so much more - and you never have to replace their batteries!

    12. Ian Kumlien on November 11, 2015

      What happened? I didn't receive my watch - and no feedback or anything - no responses to messages?

      I thought it was successful and did send out watches?

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      FishBone on November 4, 2015

      @lumar, my watch did almost exactly 1 year (one week over i think)

      So, what has happened to phosphor? Did they go bankrupt or something?

    14. Dmitry Lvovich on September 30, 2015

      It was the good idea. But they were late. The results were not answerable to our hopes.

    15. Dmitry Lvovich on September 30, 2015

      It were failed investments, unfortunately...

    16. Etienne on September 12, 2015

      Maybe it is time to sue now for everyone who didn't receive their watch now, there's precedent:

    17. Kevin Zhu on August 28, 2015

      Hello, What happened??

      I have not got my watch yet??? Pls reply urgently

    18. lumar on July 14, 2015

      Update: second run with a fresh new battery. Hardly using the backlight or touch screen, occasionally checking the calendar thats all. The battery died again after 6 months and 10 days, falling short of design specifications. Anybody got close to the "one year battery life"?

    19. Hendrik Rommens on July 8, 2015

      STILL No touchtone here !

    20. kokobin
      on May 9, 2015

      Kiran on April 21
      ...... Grow up, you turd.

      A succinct and memorably delivered observation.
      And an opinion undoubtedly shared by many. Your name will be placed very high on the list in the annals of the Jedi Order.

    21. Alex von der Linden
      on April 25, 2015

      As flattered as I am that you took the time and energy to search back through the comments until you found one I made over a year ago, that's... sorta creepy, guy.

      Also, Kiran, have you gotten the salty taste out of your mouth yet?

    22. kokobin
      on April 22, 2015

      Too late for our resident troll. This IS his life.
      Heh. Donald namechecked me. Whooooo!

      Apr 12 2014 on TOUCH TIME: Digital Watch with Touch Screen
      There you go - the sum total of his existence.

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      Kiran on April 21, 2015

      Alex - Do you just sit here daily and monitor the comments by coming up with lame comebacks to everyone's comments? Grow up, you turd.

    24. Alex von der Linden
      on April 9, 2015

      Well, that was something.

    25. kokobin
      on April 9, 2015

      Halex = Salty taste
      Salty Taste = Halex

    26. Alex von der Linden
      on April 7, 2015

      Oh, Kokobin. All that money to waste on dumb shit, but not any to spend on reading comprehension. : )

    27. Moose Man on April 2, 2015


      Battery is good for one year - unless you just got it - that's probably all that it is.

      Both of mine lasted around 13 months but that's about it.

    28. kokobin
      on April 2, 2015

      I wish you good luck

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      andi on March 31, 2015

      my watch just stop working like 10 minutes ago! No display, where can I claim for free service (warranty)?

    30. kokobin
      on March 27, 2015

      Alex von der Linden on March 11

      Yeah, I bet you're used to salty tastes left in your mouth. :)

      Halex - the voice of experience - and Donald DoNothing's bitch

    31. Dave on March 27, 2015

      Just checking in.... still haven't received anything yet.

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      John Ahn
      on March 26, 2015

      I finally got my watch, but after a few months, it stopped working. I have zero expectation of receiving any sort of customer support for this defective watch. . . Alex, are you still trolling here?

    33. Alex von der Linden
      on March 11, 2015

      Yeah, I bet you're used to salty tastes left in your mouth. :)

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      Kiran on March 11, 2015

      Gave mine away. The experience with this project unfortunately, left a real salty taste in my mouth. Many individuals, myself included, went along for the ride because of the incorrect press releases that were out circulating this project. It was erroneously reported as being an e-ink watch. No one at Phosphor, corrected this but certainly capitalized on it. Turns out it was a crummy LCD. I received mine but gave it away instantaneously. It never sat on my wrist, ever. I couldn't. Not because it was a bad product, per say but simply because I wouldn't want to wear it and promote something created by an egotistical a-hole. Good bye, Donald. I hope a someone launches a class action suit against you.

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      Kevin on March 4, 2015

      Fortunately for me, I did received my watch. But that's after much trouble. They got my address wrong and the parcel got sent back. Upon multiple emails to the company, they finally accepted that it was their fault and send the parcel again, all these without a slightest bit of apology. The watch was clunky and laggy. I guess a lot of people bought into the hype just like I did. I really have no idea which designer would've approved this design. To me this is huge irresponsibility from the designer. As for Donald and phosphor, understand that there bound to have hiccups along the way, but the way they handled the project with lack of updates is a major disappointment. There is absolutely no excuses for that. For the unfortunate ones who did not receive their watches, I guess it's a painful lesson learnt; that talk is cheap. Hopefully we all learn to do more research before pledging the next time. Cheers

    36. Janardan Nathan on February 27, 2015

      Yeahhh...My new backed projects:
      1) Buhel Tech Sunglasses + Headphones
      2) Blu: Wearable Smartphone
      3) FlyShark Smartwatch
      4) *Pebble Time*
      I'm sure that Buhel and Pebble won't disappoint!

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      Dustin on February 24, 2015

      Just funded the new Pebble Time because I love my Pebble Steel. I would give up on this project... I got my watch and it broke within a couple of weeks.

    38. Janardan Nathan on February 13, 2015

      Hi Phosphor

      It has been many months, but no watch received.
      Can you please look into this?
      I really want this watch =(

    39. Alessandro Saiko on February 11, 2015

      Guys, just knock it off. I did. This kind of a HUGE scumbag called Donald scammed a lot of us. Didn't received mine and I'm sure I never ever will. Next month I'm getting a Sony Smartband Talk SWR30 for my Xperia. Case closed.

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      wjdiaz on January 27, 2015

      Have any one had recent success contacting Donald / Phosphor? They do not respond emails and their phone line 310-765-1597 is no longer in service. I am still waiting for my watches. Any help on this regard will be appreciated. Thanks.

    41. Kim Tai
      on January 24, 2015

      Last year they contact me to pay extra for international shipping. I did it and they reply while they asked for money, after all they received the money and they never reply any more. Even report to Kickstarter they don`t take single action. This is the way they treat backer.

    42. Dmitry Lvovich on January 22, 2015

      waiting a miracle...

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      asque on January 18, 2015

      "Still no watch 2 years in.
      Its amazing that Kickstarter has not done anything about it.
      I think that Kickstarter should have taken action towards Donald and this elaborate fraud."
      Ian Tan on December 31


    44. Justin Young on January 16, 2015

      Well looks like some still didn't get their watches. I did granted I sold mine before I got it. It does look great on my friend's wrist and the battery seems to be still going strong. I saw him over the Christmas holidays.

    45. Alex von der Linden
      on January 4, 2015

      I got a Samsung Gear Neo 2 for Christmas. It's pretty neat.

    46. Moose Man on January 1, 2015


      TheKS agreement that you acknowledged when becoming a member advises they aren't responsible.

      They are as much a sham as this project nearly turned out to be.

      That said call the number I posted a few days ago and talk to Phosphor support. They should be able to provide further direction.

      I actually got a refund in May because they couldn't make the gold watch as I pledged for so you should get some satisfaction albeit it may be a watch.

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      Ian Tan on December 31, 2014

      Still no watch 2 years in.
      Its amazing that Kickstarter has not done anything about it.
      I think that Kickstarter should have taken action towards Donald and this elaborate fraud.

    48. Alessandro Saiko on December 30, 2014

      Still no watch. I'm feeling silly for still bothering posting about it. You're the biggest disappointment on Kickstarter I've ever experienced. Shame on you!

    49. Moose Man on December 23, 2014


      310-765-1597 is what's listed on their website. They are in Long Beach , California so it's Pacific Time.

    50. Leetcat on December 23, 2014

      @Moose Man What is the phone number for support? I am having difficulty finding the one that was posted earlier.

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