I’m not sure if this was supposed to be ironic or if it’s serious, but Borgeaud watches have created something rather interesting. It’s an analog watch that contains the “Rahu complication”.
What the watch is supposed to do is synchronize with and ancient Indian almanac, and provide you with a warning when it’s a bad time to make a decision. Apparently, there is a point every day when for 90 minutes, you would be ill-advised to do anything important. The watch indicates this to you by turning a small section of the face brown during this dangerous time.
Limited to a run of 650, and priced at around $2000, I predict that they are hoping people are making a buying decision during this “brown” time.
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