That's right, LG's much hyped phone-in-a-watch (and touch-screen, no less) hits the Bond Street station Orange Shop on Thursday, August 27.
Along with a 1.43-inch AMOLED display, the watch also manages to squeeze in HSDPA internet, 1.3-megapixel camera, voice control tech, a neat little text-to-voice conversion feature for SMS reading and even an MP3 player. What, no 3.5mm audio jack?
The watch will be available for 'a limited time only' for £500, which is at least a half price discount from rumoured costs of £1,000. More will be available from mid-September from Orange's online shop, so if you're interested, check out the watch's page here. Don't have £500 burning a hole in your pocket? Expect Hyundai Mobile's rival (and cheaper) watch-phone to be out any time soon too.