We’ve seen the super cool iWatch, but now we’ve got a poor Chinese man here spending four hours to transform his iPod nano knockoff into an iWatch. He got himself lots of geeky tools for the “big” project, and he thinks it is not difficult to do so. Looking at his super detailed rundown on his blog, we believe this is not for beginners.
First, he got an crappy iPod nano knockoff, which costs him 139 Chinese yuan (about $21). Next, he prepared lots of tools and materials such as professional pliers, glue guns, 3M bonding tapes, LED bulbs, electric cables and batteries. And most importantly, a watch band.
He needs to disassemble his iPod nano knockoff first.
And install the device into a case.
Installing his lovely LED light bulbs…
Setting up cables.
Charging the battery of the device.
Connecting everything together.
Starting up his modified iPod nano knockoff. Everything seems to be working perfectly.
Time to attach the watch band!
Finally, engrave words on it! This is iWatch, and it is made in China! You got to head over to his blog and read the full explanation of the mod. Hope you could read Chinese.
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