I know there’s a bit of retro, stock looking nostalgia going on with sunglasses and the like, but to me this is not a very good looking piece of kit. The main body of the Rebel is made of silicon (black in this case) with some aluminium styling for the buckle. The screen is black edged, further shrinking it down with some silver outlines on the sides to denote where buttons are.
There’s several holes in the stap so it should be able to encorporate a good range of wrist sizes and the USB plug connector is found at the opposite end from the buckle.
Flipping things over, there’s a pop cap that reveals the inner workings of the SIM and memory card.
The USB connector is a male one with no surround to speak of.
At the buckle end, there’s a small stylus that slides out of a holder. Unfortunately it’s too small to hold comfortably, even in my rather tiny hands.
There’s a mini USB connector at the buckle end where you can connect the bundled headphones.
There’s even a camera on this thing. It sits stealthily along the side of the watch allowing you to snap pictures on the sly perhaps; unless you wear it on your right wrist, in which case all you’ll be able to snap is your own forearm.
Popping the back off gives you access to the sim and memory card slots.
The supplied memory card is 2GB in size.