Ever feel like you are way too caught up in the rat race of life and quality time with your family is taking a serious hit as a result? Well, thanks to the Tottori West Family Time Watch, you no longer have to play the guessing game on how horrible of an empty shell of a person you have become - the watch can give you an exact verdict, by measuring how much time you spend with your loved ones.
Yes, all it takes for the smart wearable to function is a smartphone on your end and a beacon for your children, parents or even pets. We can only presume a collar mounting system fits all anyway. Kidding aside, the product was put out by Veldt - a Tokyo-based company and is actually part of a government program to encourage relocation of people to the rural Tottori prefecture.
This western territory is the least densely populated area of Japan and with over 13,600,000 people living in the Tokyo metropolis as of July last year, it really makes sense to try and relocate as many people as possible, to ensure a better standard of living. The government initiative in question is a short stay program in Tottori. Each family that decides to take part in it and move out of an overcrowded metropolis is given a Tottori West Family Time Watch. The idea is that participants can see how much of a difference the change has on family dynamics. As long as a child wearing the beacon is within 30 meters of the watch, time is being tracked, which will likely make the wearer feel better about the potentially life-changing decision to abandon the big city.
Besides the unique time tracking feature, the Tottori West Family Time Watch also sweetens the deal with traditional features, like email and social media notifications, step and sleep tracking. Other than that, it mostly looks like a classic timepiece.
It's ugly as sin, the buttons look awkward to use, and has a childish look to it.
Love the design ! Simple yet Refined anybody knows the price ?
i love to buy this one and i realized im alone and working in abroad