Fix The Txagline

Am I missing something...

...or is this ( ) the most stupid thing ever invented?

I mean seriously, who's the target market for this? Coma patients who'll urgently need to be able to tell the time when they wake up?
Permalink Andrew Cherry 
August 22nd, 2005
My father had a watch that wound itself whenever you moved around. I thought that was just the coolest thing when I was growing up.

Making a box that (silently) simulates the movements of the arm is just dumb.
Permalink MarkTAW 
August 22nd, 2005
I have an everyday watch and a dress watch. The dress watch is battery powered, but if it were self-winding then it would be a pain to wind it every time I had a formal function.

Makes sense to me, though it's a small niche.

Permalink Philo 
August 22nd, 2005
Lots of self-winding watches on the market
Permalink Ward 
August 22nd, 2005
It's for the rich bitches that wear different Rolex's on different days and they never want to have to swing their arm around to get the watch ticking (sorry... scrolling) again.
Permalink Jared 
August 22nd, 2005
umm.. winders are a necessary piece of kit for the $4000 and up watch snob set. If P.Diddy leaves his iced out Audemars Piguet off of his wrist for too long, it stops.
August 22nd, 2005
It's just Diddy now. Sheesh, welcome to the 2005.725's.
Permalink Jeff Barton 
August 22nd, 2005
I thought you had wind them by playing a grand piano (at least that's the advertisement I remember). This is cheaper ...
Permalink trollop 
August 22nd, 2005
I had a self winding watch for my 21st birthday, I even wrote a poem, well more doggerel really, based on its name.

It's the Diamond Tooled, Antimagnetic Executive.

Somewhat Kinkish it was, that's Ray Davies not black rubber.
Permalink Simon Lucy 
August 22nd, 2005
If 1 is good, 9 is better:
Permalink Doug 
August 22nd, 2005
Somebody has never owned a nice watch, methinks.
Permalink Sassy 
August 22nd, 2005
Oops, you found an error!