Ring Clock

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

The innovative Ring Clock originally crossed our desks a few years back as nothing more than a viral product concept. It now looks as though designer Gusztav Szikszai is looking to bring the concept to market as demanded by the fans.

The ring is constructed from durable, surgical-grade stainless steel, and is comprised of three rotating rings that will display the hour, minute and seconds through the use of either blue or orange LED lights. The Ring Clock is equipped with a rechargeable lithium polymer battery that can be charged wirelessly (when set atop the included charging dock), and will last up to a full week on just a single charge. The ring is completely water resistant, and will be available in 21 different sizes if it the design team meets their funding goal through IndieGoGo. View the video below.

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