Wrist TV From NHJ Available Again For Only $49.97

Posted: Oct 19 2008, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:39am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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I just stumbled over the Wrist TV from NHJ on Amazon.com. A 3rd party retailer named ShopTronics offers the tiny TV for only $49.97. I have no idea where the company found stock of this well aged gadget. I reviewed the NHJ Wrist TV back in 2004. Four years ago the NHJ Watch TV sold for close to $200. NHJ actually went bankrupt in 2005.
With a screen size of 1.5 inch the NHJ Wrist TV is still the smallest TV on the market as far as I know.
The antenna of the NHJ is head-set that connects to the main unit. Back in 2004 I got good reception of terrestrial TV reception.
The only very big problem with the NHJ TV watch is that the analog TV broadcast will be switched off on February 17th 2009 in the United States. You need a digital receiver to continue to receive terrestrial TV programming.
At a price of $49.97 you still have some fun for a couple of month with this still unique gadget. More details on Amazon.com.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
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