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Ring clock

Post27 May 2016, 13:57

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Re: Ring clock

Post27 May 2016, 17:45

Super design but as all these rings...to big between the fingers. Been following this from the start..great achievement but not easy to wear.
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Re: Ring clock

Post27 May 2016, 20:05

I did not think of that, Kasper. What is a turn off is that I have to activate the displsy. I presume you are not getting one? I am waiting for more opinions.
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Re: Ring clock

Post28 May 2016, 16:57

I like it, but at circa $360 (with the VAT they add) it's a tad expensive for a gadget that's probably not that practical in use. I noticed that in their promotional videos the time is always shown with the minutes right under the hour, but if you look at user videos the minutes is more often on the opposite side of the ring to the hour.
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Re: Ring clock

Post28 May 2016, 16:58

Unless, can you spin the minutes to where the hour is shown?
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Re: Ring clock

Post28 May 2016, 18:19

Tending to think it is not worth the money.
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Re: Ring clock

Post01 Jun 2016, 22:06

A good one has to be thin at the sites.

like this one.
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Fossil ring watch
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Re: Ring clock

Post02 Jun 2016, 13:17

I will bite, Kasper. Tell me more about that ring, please.
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Re: Ring clock

Post19 Jul 2016, 00:54

Fossil ring watch by Philippe Starck. Is it still available or already "vintage"?

Regarding the "Ring clock": Half of the time you will find either the hours or minutes on "dark side of the moon", thus invisible. Needs to be recharged weekly and after 3 years the battery will be worn out and has to be replaced at the factory.
No thanks. I want a watch that lasts.

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