Yes, it does that too

On the one hand, It gives you the time for sunrise and sunset, the length of the day and night plus the lunar phase for 500 cities worldwide along with digital and military time, additional time zones and a host of other features. But on the other, it’s an eyesore.

Maybe if you wore a long sleeved shirt and covered up your watch, it might not be much of an issue.

Aesthetics aside, Digital / News


  1. I also thought the Yes watch was too big and bulky when I first saw it, but I couldn’t resist getting a watch that was so unique. Plus since I work in a building with no windows, it was great for me to keep track of the time of day relative to the daylight remaining.

    I have to say that after owning it for over a year now I have gotten more complements and comments on this watch than I would have ever guessed. And a vast majority of them have nothing to do with the size of the watch. They’re almost all simply along the lines of “That is a really cool watch, what does it do?” I even have had two airport security screeners take my watch off the X-Ray belt and ask where I got it. I figure they see hundreds of watches a day, and I doubt that ask that question very often.

    Be warned though, after getting used to having this watch on your wrist, you’ll never be able to wear a normal one again. You’re wrist will just feel *naked* with an ordinary puny watch on it.

    Seriously, I’ve owned dozens of watches over the years. I love the things. But I’m not sure how I’ll ever go about finding something cooler to put on my wrist than this.

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