DIY: Make Wireless iPod Nano Watch

Monday, January 3, 2011
By OP Editor

Want to beat Steve Woz in iWatch revolution? Make your own bluetooth wireless iPod nano watch.

iPod nano watch kit, wireless bluetooth adapter

iPod Nano Watch Wireless Bluetooth Adapter

If only the iPod Nano has bluetooth and could play to wireless headphones…

Some people love the idea of the iPod nano watch. But the number one complaint about iPod nano watch is the cable. Who wants to run a headphone cable from your wrist to arm and to your ears? Fortunately, you can easily make your own wireless iPod nano watch, by using a miniature BlueTooth dongle!

One such adapter to use iPod nano watch wirelessly is the Motorola d670 dongle [$44.95 on amazon]. But what if you also want stereo bluetooth wireless headphones? Read on:

iPod Nano Wireless Headphone + Bluetooth Adapter

You can also buy wireless bluetooth stereo headphones with the wireless dongle for iPod nano watch:

  • S9 Bluetooth Stereo Headphone + iPod Bluetooth adapter [discontinued?]
  • S9-HD Bluetooth Stereo Headphone + iPod Bluetooth adapter [$94.99 on amazon]
  • S10-HD Bluetooth Stereo Headphone + iPod Bluetooth adapter [$105.99 on amazon]

Top image by the creator of the Ultimate One iPod nano watch band. Second image: composite by OP Editor.


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Tags: Accessories, Apple, iPod, iPod nano, iWatch

4 Responses to “DIY: Make Wireless iPod Nano Watch”

  1. Don

    Not the most elegant solution with that large extension dangling out, but it’s still cool nonetheless. Hopefully, Apple itself will incorporate Blue-Tooth in the near future as this is an absolutely cool idea!

  2. Frank

    I have had my QM Ultimate One for a little while now. I do NOT wear it as a watch but rather for other things like running. It is thin, soft, lightweight. I really like it (9 out of 10 – for me). Oh yea, the connector position was better for me as well.

  3. Norman D. Robinson

    I brought the “QM Ultimate One” for my wife to take to the gym with her “Motorola S9-HD Headset with D670 iPod Adapter”. Man, has she started a rush for similar like solutions. No one seems to have anything as comfortable or thoughtfully designed as this. I’m glade I purchased two for her. (Black/Blue) One (Blue) has disappeared while she was in the shower at the gym. :-( I’m making an additional purchase now as a replacement.

    Great, Elegant Design that speaks for itself on first sight and feel.


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