If you liked the jewelry-watch combination but you were not impressed by the CST-01 Wristwatch Bracelet and the Watch Cufflinks hold your breath … there’s another jewelry-gadget coming your way!
The Ring Clock was designed by Gusztav Szikszai back in 2011 and finally started it’s way to the production line.
The Ring Clock is a clever waterproof watch that can be worn on your finger, like any other ring. It’s made of surgical stainless steel and features 144 ultrathin mono-color leds (available in blue or orange) that show the actual time.
The ring watch shows the time by rotating it’s three bands (hours, minutes and seconds) to display the actual time on the upper side of the ring and it is powered by a rechargeable 6mAh battery with a running time of around one week (15 times activations per day) or two hours of constant use. The time can be set and the battery can be charged wireless via the Qi charging pad included with the purchase.
The only thing we’re not crazy about is that the battery is not replaceable. I can’t imagine falling in love with this beauty and after 3 years having to throw it away because the battery life ran down. Other than this (which I have a felling will be addressed soon) the Ring Clock is a classy head turner time telling jewelry piece which will make you stand apart of the pack.
The Ring Clock is in project stage at Indiegogo and you can secure one for an early bird price of $185. The delivery is scheduled for April 2014.