In the good old days before mechanical and digital watches, man had to use a sundial to get the correct time of the day. And now, centuries after the mechanical clock, the sundial is in fashion again among geeks!
In these modern ages it's quit simple to figure out the time. You just take a quick look at your digital wrist watch and you know the time immediately. But if you think this is too simple and want a little challange next time you look to your wrist and check the time, you can do like your ancient forefathers and use a sundial!
With the old school Sundial Watch made of antique brass on your wrist, you'll get a little challange every time you want to know the time of the day because. It works by holding it in position relative to the sun and read the shadow that's being cast on the dial. But if you've done it once and understand how it works, it's actually quite simple.
The watch features a sundial, compass and a latitude finder, all in the same beautiful watch. But unfortunately, it only work in the Northern Hemisphere. To make it work in the Southern Hemisphere, you have to reverse all the numbers.
We go around the web looking for new cool geeky items to surprise you. Today we've found Sundial Watch and we think it's awesome. So go ahead and check it out, and leave your comments and share it with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Google+. If you do get this geeky gadget for yourself or as a present for someone else, tell us how you liked it, that would be awesome! :)