Slow Watches wants to shift our perspective on time — specifically, how outdoor athletes think about it — with a unique time-teller that's completely stripped of all frills. Using just one hand, the watch displays all 24 hours of the day on the face (and, for those who know, runs on a Swiss-made Ronda Caliber 505.24 GMT movement and has a 100-meter water resistance).The timepieces work more like a sundial than a watch: instead of counting hours and minutes, Slow Watch measures the actual progression of a full day, capitalizing on the "slow down and simplify" movement (the same one that's sending Millennials into tiny houses and converted vans). At the most, it's a reminder to spend your time wisely and a cool gift for the outdoors-lover in your life. At the least, it's a conversation starter while you wait in line at REI.
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