If I’m going to be upgrading my trusty Timex, I need to get a little something out of the deal. A
walkie talkie or a
video player, for example. Or a laser. Something worth spending a little green.
If my watch is going to make me work more —say, by deciphering the time via a series of flashing LEDs or beeps—then, well, I’m not going to pay over $100, that’s for sure. That’s just the way these things go. Yes,
the Morse Code Watch can also display time in straight forward red lights, but, look, I never even made it into the Cub Scouts, okay? The most exposure I’ve had to Morse code was the walkie talkies I had as a kid. And you know what? It was easier to talk over those things than to sound out messages with dots and dashes. Let’s jump into the 21st century here, not the 19th, kay?