A watch on your finger
Those in the jewellery game will happily tell you that nowadays a watch is rarely worn to tell the time. With mobile phones, computer screens and even the humble desk phone proudly displaying the time, a watch is now being sold as much as a piece of fashionable jewellery as it is a practical time piece.
And with the advent of the phone watch to be worn on your wrist (a la Maxwell Smart or James Bond), you almost have an all in one scenario.
If you’d like to take that a step further, you may be interested in getting your fingers on a Ring Clock. Two years ago, the concept was announced with great interest, and now – through the modern trend of crowd-funding – you can have one for yourself.
Sure to be a genuine talking point, the Ring Clock has three rings that rotate separately, displaying the hour, minutes and seconds. An indicator ensures that you put the ring on properly, and the current time is highlighted. Never be late again, or if you’re going to, at least be fashionably so.