The Average Day Watch does a lot more than just let you keep track of how long you've been sprawled out on the couch watching TV. It actually has the potential to improve your life, shaming you into physical activity or other pursuits by breaking down how the rest of civilisation spends their days.
It turns out that the average human doesn't spend 21 hours in bed, and that 15-hour TV marathons aren't the norm. The revelations are as surprising as they are disappointing, particularly a generous section titled 'Social Life', which probably has nothing to do with Twitter or Facebook. For $US230 it's a harsh dose of reality in a stylish timepiece, but where's the section for commenting on expensive and stupid watch designs on your favourite blog? [UncommonGoods]