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Doing style throwback is dangerous. There’s a fine line between stylish retro and beating on a dead horse that should never be revived. The Nixon Dork Too ‘90s retro watch with the analog answering machine look embraces its own kitschiness with proper passion and ups its own original voice watch ante from the first Dork they released in 2005. The Dork Too actually minimizes the red LCD display an opts for a larger speaker area. The rectangular stainless steel case gets 168 perforated speaker holes, a mineral-crystal LCD screen, and a button that cues the vocal time. It also surprises you with amusing sounds and provides backlighting and an alarm. Instead of a watch battery, the Dork Too charges via USB. But beware. The Dork Too won’t make you cool. That, you’d have to pull off well beforehand.

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