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Kwid Watch Uses Digital Hourglass to Tell Time: Kind of Like Old School Windows

by Range

Remember that annoying hourglass from Windows ’95? It was a very frustrating reminder to all us geeks at how much we hated Micro$oft. Still, it looks like this concept has been revived in the form of a watch that even toddlers can read.

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The KWID has a digital hourglass on its display to let everyone understand the notion of time. It gives a visual representation on how fast time passes so that kids will know when they have to stop playing Wii, or something like that.

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Later in life, the KWID can still time, but with hands or numbers, just like watches for big folk.  It’s an interesting concept, but from my experience, a lot of kids can already read the time on a digital display. The KWID watch sells for £19.95 (appx. $32 USD) at smarterproducts.

[via OhGizmo!]




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