They call it a vívomove™
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Lookey here.. it even comes with a new fangled steering wheel, can you imagine that!
Instead of saying "recalculating" when you don't follow the instructions; you get zapped with a cattle prod! YOWZER!
Who buys electronic analog watches any more that require batteries? I have a world time watch that recharges from being exposed to light. I've had it for almost 5 years and never will have to replace a battery. Oh, it has both analog and digital displays as well.
I agree whole heartedly with all you said above...
I just couldn't imagine this product being released.
I couldn't help myself at having a little fun
I can see this being released and promoted to two markets:
1) Executives in companies that have insurance programs encouraging fitness
2) People who already have smart watches or Fitbits that do the whole step tracking thing, and may want something more formal for nights out that can pass for an Invicta
(Yes, I unfortunately am in a company that is very, very much about the whole Step Challenges stuff and has an insurer that gives discounts if you do 10,000 steps three times a week.)
Is normally over 10,000 steps per day according to her Fitbit. She is always moving.
When I wear my Garmin HR, well I'm a lot more lazy, maybe around 5,500 steps per day. But, I don't wear it all the time, I wear braces on my wrist because of tendon problems. And not carpal tunnel. At least according to the VA.
But my wife, maybe should investigate insurance - on that Fitbit - cause she sure does walk a lot.
"The one thing that can solve most of our problems is dancing."- James Brown
If I tried dancing like James Brown
I'd be in traction for a week.
I can safely say...this won't be one of them...
I'll stick to my analog "Rolex" watch which I bought at the weekly market in Mexico.
We bought a ""Rolex"" in a small hidden shop in Hawaii about 25 years ago. It was for a gag on the kids and even at $10 it worked for a few seconds.
A pogo stick!
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