Hotblack watch shows real time football scores of FIFA World Cup 2014

Hotblack Smartwatch Soccer World Cup goal display

FIFA fever is high and people around the globe are eagerly tracking the progress of their favorite teams during this World cup in Brazil. Probably high time to come up with a smartwatch that shows real time scores of your favorite team and their opponents. London-based Richard Hoptroff has been thinking along the same lines therefore he has made an analog smartwatch dubbed Hotblack watch which shows real time scores of ongoing matches in FIFA 2014 football world cup in Brazil.

Making use of the watch dials very intelligently, the Hoptroff watch not only shows live scores but also shows the next scheduled date of the match of your team. The watch functions as any other watch with a plethora of dials for some inherent function but when it is match day the top dial shows your team’s score in, your opponent’s score on the left dial and the remaining time of the match in the bottom dial.

Hotblack Smartwatch Soccer World Cup goal display

The watch connects to your iPhone or Android phone using Bluetooth Low energy radio to access the company’s Sports Data Server over the internet. Other than that the watch is designed in an automotive like frame with streamlined outer lines and dials like a dashboard. Hoptroff is waterproof to a depth of 50 meters and has Swiss moving parts which account for the accuracy of 10 seconds/year.

Hotblack watch is currently up on Kickstarter platform for funding and will cost a hefty £500 and too on 50 percent discount. If the watch manages to get past the funding goal then the retail price will jump up to a whooping £1000! I’m sure you won’t be that a crazy fan of football to buy such a pricy watch that shows just the goals scored during a game.

Source: HotBlackLondon Via: ABlogToWatch

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