The World Wide Watch.
Sure, it’s a middle class problem but ever get annoyed by having to change the time on your watch when you enter a new country? It might not be an issue that afflicts those of us who don’t go travelling that often but this ingenious watch is still perfect for those who wish that they did. The “All Around the World” watch boasts eight hour hands, which resemble landmarks in major cities. For example, if you’re in New York then you’d use the Statue of Liberty as your hour marker. Minutes are always marked by a pigeon. You know, because they’re a given in every city.
Here’s the full list of cities and landmarks:
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
Salt Lake Temple, Utah
Sears Tower, Chicago
Statue of Liberty, New York
Big Ben, London
The Eiffel Tower, Paris
Red Square, Moscow
There are only 100 watches and each costs £150. You can find out more info, including where to buy here.