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Now the Time Encircles Your Finger

RingClock – Now the Time Encircles Your FingerEveryone wants to be in time to the world so it needs to use a watch. It should be so easy to carry and usage. At “CES 2013? a Bracelet wristwatch was launched with e-ink technology. Later this, Apple, Gnomio and LG introduced different technologies in the watch media. Now here is upcoming a new innovation, a watch, equipped within a ring, easy to wear and the watch has no extra rather than the ring, named as RingClock, designed in stainless steel body. The RingClock would display the time with three independent rings. Each ring moving around the main ring then encircles your finger. Light marks then you can read the time.


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