You can call us Q. Ever since the sixth-generation iPod Nano was released in late 2010 with a design that looks suspiciously like a watch face, companies have been making accessories to actually turn the tiny player into a wristwatch. (As we decided earlier this year, it's pretty darned cool.) And with the recent iPod nano software update, you now get 18 clock faces, making the Nano even more versatile as a timekeeping accessory.
Here's a look at the various iPod-Nano-watch options out there, ranging from practical sports accessories to stylish everyday watches that match any outfit. With an iPod as your wristwatch, all you need is a garrotte and a laser beam and you can live like James Bond.