The LG GD910 (to use its official model number) ships in a rather small box, but provides everything you'll need.
As well the device itself, the box includes a Bluetooth headset and a charging/data sync stand.
Unlike previous watchphones, the LG GD910 is small and slim enough to look good on most people's wrists.
There are eight custom themes available, including a variety of clock designs and menu layouts.
The watchphone also features a camera on the front for making video calls.
Dialling can be done through the touch screen keypad or via voice commands.
The LG GD910 supports SMS, but inputting text through the small touch screen can be tricky.
As well as all the usual watch and phone functions, the GD910 has a built in media player.
The 'Dick Tracy' LG Watchphone is due to hit the UK this week exclusively through mobile operator Orange. The device will cost £500 on a pay-as-you-go deal.
You can watch a full video walk-through of the watch phone at V3.co.uk sister site The INQUIRER.