- Display Technology: TFT active matrix
- Display Size: 2 inches
- GPS: None
- Device Type: Television Watch
- Audio features: earphones
NHJ Portable Television Watch Wearable 1.5" LCD TV Wristwatch
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One hour battery life isn't the greatest but the docking station holds 4 AA batteries for 3 hours viewing.
You must use the headphones as no built in speaker and the headphones act as the antenna so if you lose them you will have to get another one (I emailed the company and asked them if they are easily replaced - they haven't responded yet).
I actually live in San Francisco so expect great reception there (I am in Michigan right now) so will do another review to let you know how it is there next week when I fly back.
The case isn't all that great looking as it could have had a nicer design but it does the job. This is probably the coolest gadget of 2004 - highly recommended if you live close to stations ; )
I got mine from a website called shentech dot com. (I'm *not* affiliated with them in any way.) Just sixty nine bucks only! You should know that NHJ went bankrupt last year, that's why the TV watch is on clearance now. What a pity. It's so cool...
Yeah, it's really cool to be able to watch TV on a watch. The TV runs off a built-in LiIon rechargable battery which can last over an hour, probably close to two hours. Recharging the battery takes around 90 minutes when connected to the AC. You can also recharge the battery using four AA batteries; or you can power the TV using AC or four AA alkaline batteries.
The TV watch really comes in two pieces: the TV unit, and an ugly plastic base with wrist strap attached. But NHJ also includes a neckstrap, very thoughtful of them, as watching TV on your wrist can get tiring.
The problem is, reception is just not that good. No, you can't hook up cable or a DVD to this. You just have to live with over-the-air (OTA) broadcast signals. The earphone-antenna is rather weak in picking up the signals. It helps if you are situated close to the TV broadcast towers or live on high floors. The reception is also very direction-dependent, and sometimes if you hold the earphone cord in your hand it may help.Read more ›
Warning: You'll get addicted with it.
It fits just like a normal watch and takes up just as much space. The headphones double as the UHF/VHF antennae, so if you hate those two little buttons that keep falling out of your ears as much as I do, you're kind of out of luck in trying to use your ultra-cool stereo headsets. Until I figure out what to do next, I just fit the buttons inside the headset cups and it works fine.
The reception and the headpieces keep the elusive fifth star from making it's appearance here. If you think you're going to watch your favorite shows in a basement or on the train, forget it. Otherwise all local channels show up sweetly and crisply with only the most minor intermittent fluctuations.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
not digital so no good in usa. the seller did not want to return my money. it was my mistake for not making sure it was not analogue so I let it slide even though amazon came to my... Read morePublished on July 5, 2010 by Gary G. Mckirchy
WOW! This is a James Bond's kind of gadget. The smallest wrist watch TV in the world. It picked up several TV stations in the area. Channel 6, 8, 12, 23, and 35. WOW! Read morePublished on January 25, 2010 by vINCENT rOMEO
Item was not current with digital FCC regulations, only could pick up one channel. Seller made it impossible to return, had to ship to Canada within 7 days using only the postal... Read morePublished on April 21, 2009 by Von Grant
I've been using this type of tv for over 2 years at my job, use it 20 hrs a week and it's good and the reception is decent (except ch3&5 that I can't get), but in 2 years I had to... Read morePublished on October 9, 2008 by P. Joseph
I don't actually own one but I have a friend who does. It's a nice little watch, does what is advertised but... Read morePublished on April 9, 2008 by Robert K
This Wristwatch first of all is big and bulky. The reception and quality is terrible. Also, i could only get up to four channels out of the 69 it says is available... Read morePublished on April 5, 2008 by Kevin M. Moore
The NHJ TV watch is a great addition to my watch collection. The picture quality is great. Screen size is great. Reception is very good. Read morePublished on February 13, 2008 by Robert
This wristwatch TV is a very attractive product but I doubt whether anybody would actually wear it on wrist as it is bigger than any other wrist watches available in the... Read morePublished on December 31, 2007 by Israel Joelbaburaj
Wonderful to watch while I go in the bus or car. Between a class and another one, in a rest or while one waits to be taken care of in some place. Read morePublished on February 18, 2007 by CL4551F13D