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  • wrist watch voice recorder?

    I have been using my cell phone to record thoughts that come to me when it is inconvenient to write a note. I really like it. But, I have to fish the phone from wherever I am carrying it, and so I wonder -- suppose I could record with a watch -- no fumbling, no fishing -- just press and record. Has anybody tried this?

    Thanks,
    Rob

  • #2
    A watch would be nice; I wear a voice recorder with a lanyard around my neck when I drive.

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    • #3
      For some reason, this sounds very "Get Smart" to me! I'm sure it exists somewhere though.

      Sure enough... a Google search found one: http://www.spyville.com/wrist-watch-voice-recorder.html

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      • #4
        Thanks Kelly,

        Given your findings and the type of site that supplies such items, maybe a watch isn't such a good idea. At least when I am recording a message on the phone, my intentions are obvious. I think I will stick with my phone

        Rob

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        • #5
          The iPod nano will record, but you need to use earbuds/headset with a microphone.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by mcogilvie View Post
            The iPod nano will record, but you need to use earbuds/headset with a microphone.
            And you can buy bands to wear it as a (chunky) watch. The latest update just realised has a variety of watch faces.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by mmurray View Post
              And you can buy bands to wear it as a (chunky) watch. The latest update just realised has a variety of watch faces.
              Full Circle! Since my cell phone displays the time, why wear a watch? So when my watch died, I decided to 'go modern' and use my phone as a time keeper. After a month without a watch, I decided retrieving the time from a pocket or carrying case was just too annoying, and I do indeed appreciate a watch, even though it has redundant functionality. And, as long as I have decided to go back to a watch, why not look for more functionality, such as a voice recorder. The nano is a very intriguing idea. I wonder when they will move a phone onto the watch too -- then maybe I can get rid of the cell phone I lug around

              Thanks for the tips.
              Rob

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