How many watches can one person wear?
Forget “eyeballs”. With so many eager Pebble clones on the horizon, could wrist real-estate bottleneck the Internet of Things?
At 35 years old, I just barely sneak in at the tail end of Generation X — and most of my friends that are similar in age don’t wear watches.
“Kids” younger than me? They really don’t wear watches. Like… at all.
I didn’t wear a watch for many years, but I grew to really love the design aesthetics of the Nixon Rotolog:
Later, I fell hard for the LIP Diode:
Both of these beautiful watches now collect dust because I’m completely dependent upon my Pebble. It’s dorky looking, but it has dramatically improved the quality of my life in a very simple way: my phone no longer rings or vibrates, ever.