Nest creator Tony Fadell has been pretty peaceful given that being touched to lead initiatives behind the next variation of Google Glass, previously.

Now he’s speaking watches. Not smartwatches, analog watches.

The discussion with Fadell comes by method of Hodinkee, a website dedicated mainly to standard, analog watches. Of course, it may appear strange to some that Fadell is unexpectedly inspired to chat high-end watches simply as the Apple Watch turns out, yet the video reveals he is undoubtedly a true connoisseur of analog watches.

At one factor, Fadell also admits to spending lavishly on a Patek Philippe 5208p watch, a piece of arm candy noted at $825,000, however which likewise markets for upwards of $1 million.

Aside from his love of all things horological, Fadell, a former Apple staff member, also states his early efforts to get support for his iPod suggestion, which consisted of a not successful meeting with Example. That corrects, in an alternative cosmos, Swatch could have been the bringer of the iPod, and also might now be much better positioned, technically, to contend against smartwatches.

But the most intriguing place of the conversation is when Fadell confesses he does not have an Apple Watch and also has only spent a short time examining its functions. For the person ahead of Google’s bleeding-edge wearable device to have no intimate knowledge of the Apple Watch at this stage seems rather odd, at least in regards to competitiveness.

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And, when pushed to provide a viewpoint about the Apple Watch, Fadell demurs, claiming only that ‘the court’s out, I have not actually had time to really play with it … there’s possibly some appealing points, and the individuals I recognize which are leading it are interesting and also smart guys, so I can’t wait to try it out and also truly find out if it suits my life.’

Update: In an upgraded version of Hodinkee’s post, the website notes that the interview was held after the launch of the Apple Watch. Mashable confirmed with a Nest rep that the job interview did, actually, happen in the first week of April, when only a pick couple of had access to Apple’s wearable.

Although Fadell discloses absolutely nothing about the following version of Glass, getting a peek into the mind of the individual that assured to redesign the wearable ‘from scratch’ a minimum of offers some really hope that Glass 2.0 will certainly include a lot less dorkiness.