In this modern age, it's difficult to carry out tasks like typing while wearing a bulky wristwatch. The Ring Clock is a design by a CGSociety user called Cyber, proposing the relocation of the chronograph to one's finger.
Especially suited for men, this practical accessory has three circlets that rotate around the stainless steel band. Tiny aligned notches on the circumference indicate the spinning numbers of interest.
The thickest loop with the largest digits displays the hour and the minutes and seconds are represented in the numerals 0 through 59 around shorter bands. Each revolves individually and comes into view as part of a three-part series to signify the precise time of day. A blue or orange glow to the characters in question doubly ensures that you're reading the Ring Clock correctly.
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