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Past Present Future Watch: The Time Is Now

by Range
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Living in the moment is an admirable saying, but it’s not always easy to do so. This watch tries to remind you that there’s no time like the present. Having something like this strapped to your wrist makes it easy to remember.

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The uniquely designed watch by typographer Daniel Will-Harris reminds everyone that it’s more important to live in the moment than to dwell on the past, or think about what will happen in the future. The past is in the past. The future doesn’t exist yet. The time is now. Will-Harris is a computer graphics pioneer, and works in typography, design and publishing.

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The Past Present Future watch is available on Amazon for $125(USD) with a large 40mm dial and a leather or silicone band. It’s available in a smaller 33mm stainless steel case with a stainless mesh or leather band for $110.

[via Enpundit]

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