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The Inveteratus Watch. There’s something superbly delicious about creating a concept timepiece that measures the passing of the hours by cycling through television listings. It’s so…well…perfectly 21st century, doncha think? [Via wristfashion]

 Inveteratus is a watch that references a more culturally appropriate timescale than the movement of the sun: the television schedule. Today many of us structure our own time around the television, rather than the sun. Inveteratus scrolls through a television listing over the course of a day. In this way the wearer has an enhanced sense of the passing of the day.


  • Nice one, very interesting. Not sure how I missed that one because I love Wrist Fashion myself. Anyways, cheers for that.


  • That is so 20th CEntury – nobody structures their life round TV schedules anymore! They PVR all the shows and watch them at their convenience. get with the programme man!!!!!

  • Yea, but at least you can know when your programs are being recorded/saved by looking at your wrist.

  • Omigosh L, you’re right. PVRs rule! :-) But on the other hand, it’s definitely got Xtra 21st century street cred, just for the novelty factor! :-)

  • Heh, sorry Reevo. :-)

  • Yeah, I suppose the retro vibe with the ’60s formica look and the ’60s community of TV idea might well work for some people.

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