Watch my nano: An early look at the LunaTik Summary: A photo gallery of a pre-production LunaTik iPod nano watch conversion kit in action. By Jason O'Grady | December 22, 2010 -- 04:13 GMT (20:13 PST) Previous | Next Image 2 of 24 This is the LunaTik watch kit, assembly involves loosening four screws to separate the frame then putting it all back together with your nano on the inside. See Jason D. O'Grady's full report in the Apple Core blog. The nano is only viable as a watch because of its subtle analog clock app. Unfortunately you can only choose between black and white faces. Apple needs to offer more clock skins and open it up to submissions from users. See Jason D. O'Grady's full report in the Apple Core blog. I mounted mine with the buttons on the right. Here you can see the sleep/wake button and the volume up and down buttons See Jason D. O'Grady's full report in the Apple Core blog. Topic: Apple Kick off your day with ZDNet's daily email newsletter. It's the freshest tech news and opinion, served hot. Get it.