The tourist was extremely happy and expressed his thanks to Dubai Police for the speedy action of returning his valuable wristwatch
On Thursday, the Dubai Court of First Instance acquitted the British woman of stealing the Nigerian's Dh110,000 worth of wristwatch
and Dh3,600 worth of mobile phone in collaboration with the fugitive suspect.
On Monday, the Dubai Court of First Instance convicted the defendant of stealing the wristwatch
may or may not be out of fashion today; but they do bear strong historical markings.
The new app enables users to view all notifications from social platforms like Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and even Gmail, right on the wristwatch
Fredrik Colting, the creator of 'Tikker', said that the intention behind the wristwatch
is to help users avoid wasting time as their upcoming expiration would urge them to make better choices in life and put things in perspective.
The concept for the GPS-enabled wristwatch
comes in the wake of the recent Delhi gang-rape incident, which triggered nationwide protests demanding measures to ensure women's safety and stricter laws against sexual crimes in the country.
"I don't think the wristwatch
will ever go away," said Leonard Cole, a 72-year-old watch specialist in Newport.
Clearly there is no shortage of customers and one who couldn't wait paid pounds 764,466 - an auction record for any wristwatch
- at Sotheby's in Hong Kong.
A senior officer at the Category C jail said: "It is indistinguishable from a normal digital wristwatch
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Founded in 1942 as Seiko's wristwatch
plant, Seiko Epson, based in Nagano Prefecture, has maintained weaker ties with Seiko than other group companies.