Back in February, we detailed the specs of the the Neptune Pine, a strangely-named smartwatch that doubles as a smartphone. If you've been chomping at the bit in anticipation of wearing this monstrosity's 2.5" display on your wrist, the time has come. The Neptune Pine is now available for pre-order at NeptunePine.com, lightening your bank account to the tune of $335 for the 16GB version or $395 for the 32GB model. Both are available in Jet Black and Polar White. It looks like they're also throwing in a bonus heart rate monitor for the pre-order crowd, so for those of you out there who want to exercise with a small TV on your wrist, this is it.


Should you decide to pre-order this gargantuan smartwatch/phone abomination, you can expect to have it on your doorstep in December - if you live in the United States or Canada. For more information, you can check out the full press release here.

Neptune Pine

Brad Ganley
An Android power user, Brad consumes most of his free time with unhealthy amounts of cell phones and cell phone related things when he isn't playing with his son. Brad is also an avid movie-watcher and tea-drinker.
  • zorak19620

    My prediction: there is no way the watch will be as thin as the renders show.

    • Thomas’

      1.42cm isn't what i call exactly "thin".

      • zorak19620

        Which is why the render photos need to be altered to better represent the actual dimensions.

      • http://www.martian-imperium.com/ Lokifish Marz

        Casio G-Shock watches are the same thickness or thicker. The max being 17.3mm for the GWA1100-1A3

  • http://bertelking.com/ Bertel King, Jr.
  • Alex Lam

    it looks really cool though.

  • Cory_S

    Sometimes I get the feeling Android Police isn't real fond of smartwatches..

    • ProductFRED

      For $335, this thing better come with a Samsung Apex, if you know what I mean.

      • Cory_S

        I'm not defending it...I don't think the tech is ready yet. But, I don't think that's a lot of money for what it is. I bet the margins on this thing are pretty small really.

        • Ian Santopietro

          Maybe the problem is that that's too much hardware for a watch.

  • z3r0_fool

    I like this. A lot. But what sort of android apps would actually run on this thing being so small?

    • http://platypus.blox.pl/ najodleglejszy

      well Xperia X10 mini had a 2.55" screen and it worked somehow...

  • iandouglas

    I love how none of the pictures on the site actually show people WEARING the device.

    • p

      Micro USB proprietary?

    • Cory_S

      Ninja edit.

    • iandouglas

      Frame of reference for size: Pull out a credit/debit card, put it on your wrist. Imagine it's about an inch less wide, but the height is about accurate. Now stack almost NINETEEN cards on top of each other.

    • Herman

      Oh, they know how ridiculous it looks.

  • Matthew Fry

    It's certainly one of the least ugly versions but I'd have to see it on an actual person to tell for sure.

  • Danny Davis

    Personally something like this for outdoor activities for me would be great. Espcially out running, hiking and biking. As long as the hardware / software was reliable.

    • Steph Chi

      +1. Such a screen is not so bad outdoor to see maps ...

  • LiiIiikEaBau5

    I can buy a mobile for that price!

  • eldermoore

    Android? check.
    Dual core? check.
    I'm sure both processors are located on watchband..

  • Ibrahim Awwal

    Might as well strap a Nexus 4 or two to your wrist for that price ;)

  • Marius J

    I went to neptunpine.com to read more. There it is a bunch commercial-like pictures with happy people focuses on their arms: like "Look at me, I,m soo happy because I have a Neptun Pine on my arm!" But the clock itself is not in ANY of the pics! That told me a lot about how ugly this things must look on ones arm :-D