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Tell The Time In Words: Till Watch

Till Watch

 

The Till watch tells time rather unconventionally, and that’s what makes it so cool, aside from its minimalist yet noticeable design. Instead of a face with numbers, an hour hand, and a minute hand, Till has a rotating black disc instead which provides a peek at a line of text, which will tell you what time it is in words. Rather, you can think of it as the watch “speaking” to you because it tells you what someone else would say if you had asked them for the time.

In these fast-paced times and digital world, using language in the watch is a fresh approach. With its original design the Till Watch captures the relationship between now and then. Instead of looking at time in a cyclical way, you are able to view it in a linear fashion.

The Till watch is available online for $125.

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Mr. Jones ‘Average Days’ Watch Displays What Average Joes Do Every Day

Mr Jones Average Days Watch

Sometimes, some people need a bit more motivation before they get moving. I’m sure you’ve heard of the saying about how the early bird always gets the worm. Similarly, people who are up and about early and those who use their time wisely are the ones who are moving up the ladders. Giving you some perspective on this is Mr. Jones’ newest timepiece called “Average Days.”

The watch features a 24-hour face that gives you a peek into what most people in the world are doing at that given time. These aren’t just random actions thrown together, as they were actually based on the data collected from the Centre For Time Use Research.

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Kapture is a Wristwatch That Records Your Every Word

Kapture

Want a record of everything that you’ve said? You can either call the NSA or slap this contraption on your wrist. Obviously the former isn’t an actual option, so your best bet is Kapture. It’s a wristwatch-slash-wearable audio recorder that records your every word. The catch is that it only has enough memory to store 60 seconds of sound, so you can only go back and listen to the last minute of your immediate past on playback.

Kapture constantly and continuously records audio. Given its limited storage, it is also continuously erasing data and recording over previous recordings, too. Its creators are seeking $300,000 for seed funding and will be launching the project on Kickstarter on September 3rd.

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