APPLE CO-FOUNDER LOVES WEARING THEIR WATCH
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak told cnet.com about his love for gadgets, and among other things, his Mutewatch.
Stockholm, 22nd March, 2012
On 12th December, 2011, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak told cnet.com about his love for gadgets, and among other things, his Mutewatch:
I have a Mutewatch, which is almost undetectable as a watch. [...] It's a masterpiece of combining materials in ways I've never before seen. Very creative and unique. It has alarms and timers and all. You swipe your finger, gesture style, on the display to set it up and control it.
- Steve Wozniak
"At Mutewatch, we couldn’t possibly be more proud to have such a great customer. Words cannot describe how we feel right now. This, along with what our other customers have to say about the Mutewatch, is a great testimony and all the work put into realising the product was more than worth it", says CTO Oscar Ritzén Praglowski.
Founded in Stockholm, Sweden in 2008 by Mai-Li Hammargren, Oscar Ritzén Praglowski and Gustav Hammargren, Mutewatch released its first product images in August 2010. Within 24 hours, Engadget, Gizmodo and many more blogs published the news and the Google hits skyrocketed. After years of development, the Mutewatch was launched on 7th July, 2011, during Berlin Fashion Week.
Mutewatch was just awarded the prestigious Red Dot Design Award:Product Design and their touchscreen watch is now sold in stores such as MoMA Store in NYC, Lane Crawford in Hong Kong and Colette in Paris, who just put in its eighth order.
"We are so happy that our product has been well received", says CEO Mai-Li Hammargren.
The company looks forward to continuing its quest to create pure and minimalistic products where the user experience holds centre stage.
- Date :
- 22 March - 2012
- Time :
- 12:00 AM