In a fast-moving world, the 'What Watch' was designed to help consumers slow down, and stop time. The watch doesn't literally stop time, but instead allows you to press a red button on its side, that records and documents a specific moment. This essentially creates a time stamp that is sent to an accompanying app and can be attached to pictures or videos, and even shared on social media.
The What Watch is not quite a smartwatch, but is ingrained with some technological capabilities. The device helps to contribute to people's digital diaries, while also providing a functional and stylish timepiece.
The What Watch will be of tremendous use when individuals seek to record a specific moment in their life, like the birth of a child, or the final steps at a marathon finish line. The watch ensures that every memorable moment is recorded and can be re-lived.
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