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iWatchz Launches Carbon and Jelly Collections at CES 2011 -- The World's #1 iPod Nano Watch Follows the Huge Success of its 'Q Collection' with the Launch of Two New Stylish Collections

iWatchz announces the launch of the Carbon and Jelly Collections to rave reviews at the CES Show

2011-01-08
MIAMI, FL, January 08, 2011 (Press-News.org) The Carbon Collection features a matte-black aluminum nanoclipz system and a carbon watchband accented with coloured stitching available in six colours. The Carbon Collection will be available in early February 2011 at over 250 Apple Stores nationwide, Apple.com and www.iwatchz.com at $49.95 USD.

The Jelly Collection features a translucent-coloured nanoclipz system and matching vibrant silicon watchbands in pink, orange, red, green, blue, white and grey. The Jelly Collection will be available at retailers nationwide and at www.iwatchz.com in early February 2011 at the very affordable price of $24.95 USD.

"The Q Collection represents the foundation of the iWatchz brand." offers the company president. "We are now responding to the market's request for different collections for different demographics of customers."

The company's first product line, the Q Collection, was launched in early December in over 250 Apple stores nationwide, at Apple.com, and at the company's website www.iwatchz.com

iWatchz was quickly propelled to the top spot in the new market of iPod Nano Watchbands in only the few weeks leading up to the Holidays.

The company's president attributes the success of their product to its easy-of-use, stylish design, and affordable pricing. The fact that iWatchz were also able to deliver product to consumers in time for the holidays certainly did not hurt either!

iWatchz President adds: "The Carbon Collection is by far the most high-end and stylish product on the market and we are thrilled that Apple has selected the product for its stores and websites to complement the Q Collection launched with Apple in December. The Jelly Collection, which will be available across a wide-array of retailers, was developed for a younger audience with vibrant colours and softer bands. We were overwhelmed with the positive response to our initial launch and we are looking forward to announcing more collections in the coming weeks."

iWatchz patented watch integration system enables users to transform their iPod Nano (6th generation) into a stylish wristwatch. Turning your Apple iPod Nano into a stylish wristwatch is as easy as: 1 - Press, 2 - Slide, 3 - Click

Visit www.iwatchz.com to see photos from CES of 'who's wearing an iWatchz'

To receive samples of the Q Collection, Jelly Collection and Carbon Collection for review, testing or sampling purposes please contact: Suzanne Dunbar at - sd@jeckl.us - or 416-602-9283

High-resolution images and the iWatchz video are also available for media.

2011 iwatchz.com

iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.


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[Press-News.org] iWatchz Launches Carbon and Jelly Collections at CES 2011 -- The World's #1 iPod Nano Watch Follows the Huge Success of its 'Q Collection' with the Launch of Two New Stylish Collections
iWatchz announces the launch of the Carbon and Jelly Collections to rave reviews at the CES Show