Tick Mark Wristwatch tells the time in style
Most of us these days tend to use our smartphones as the primary outlet to tell the time, although a fair number of us still wear watches around our wrists. It is convenient to check out the time at a glance, but on the other hand, it is also well worth the effort to up the ante by getting a smartwatch. However, that might be a bit more pricey compared to a regular timepiece (if you do not take designer brands into consideration, of course), which is why something like the $129.95 Tick Mark Wristwatch would fit the bill pretty nicely.
The Tick Mark Wristwatch is no smartwatch, but it will definitely require a fair amount of smarts in order to tell the time – at first glance, for new users, of course. This particular wristwatch comes with 28 LEDs that will illuminate in sequence so that it tells the current time, date, and day of the week. There will be a couple of vertical rows of blue LEDs which will match with numbers that have been etched into the watch’s face, where the left row will point to the hour, whereas the right will indicate 10-minute increments as well as single minute increments. As more time elapses, the corresponding LEDs will light up, resulting in an ever-changing display of tick marks (10:15 is shown). It is made out of sturdy electroplated steel that offers reliable splash resistance to boot.