Unobtanium, polymer version, Commercially Avaliable

Saw this advertisement which states that the polymer version of Unobtanium is now in commercial use. There is also an "O Matter"
construction technique.
================================================================== Oakley D3 Watch The Oakley D3race day performance for small wrists. Description:
Oakley designed the D3 Watch with a smaller face and band for endurance racers, marathon runners, and triathletes who want big-time functionality without the bulk. Oakley designed this watch with a continuous *Unobtainium* band for comfort and with a proprietary software engine that logs 45 separate runs and stores 90 lap times, lap numbers, split times, and the fastest lap time. But this isn't just a training watch. The D3 can take all the knocks of race day thanks to its scratch-resistant crystal and durable O Matter construction, which is shock-resistant and ensures the watch is waterproof to 100 meters.
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Jim wrote:

Ah! So we can contruct the space elevator from 26,785,097 watch bands strung together?
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Mark Thorson wrote:

Buckle up and builders away ! ! !
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