Diesel DZ9044 Watch Doesn't Need a Face To Tell The Time

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First there was too many faces, and now diesel has done a 180 with a watch with no faces at all. What's next? Putting the clock on the back of the watch?

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Inexplicably, clocks for four time zones are embedded into the side of the Diesel DZ9044. So, you would need to twist the face or stick your arm straight out in order to tell the time. Let me just say that you might want to keep your arm down while doing that. A man doing a Nazi salute in public might be frowned upon. [Watchismo via Technabob]

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GitEmSteveDave.com

I think the big shame is this. My Casio cost ~$50. It's solar powered, updates itself 4 times a day to be accurate, can tell all time zones, and is waterproof to a certain depth.

Then you have really expensive watches, which for all of their bells and whistles, aren't as accurate. Of course there is an exception.

A Rouchefoucauld. The thinnest water-resistant watch in the world. Singularly unique, sculptured in design, hand-crafted in Switzerland, and water resistant to three atmospheres. It was THE sports watch of the '80s. Six thousand, nine hundred and fifty five dollars retail! And, it told time simultaneously in Monte Carlo, Beverly Hills, London, Paris, Rome, and Gstaad.