The World’s First Projection Watch

It’s been a long time since mankind has stopped peering into the sky at the sun to calculate the time. Clocks were invented for this purpose. The first clock was created thousands of years ago. There were various types of clock, including sundial, clepsydra, hourglass and others.

We live in a new progressive millennium; everything around us progresses and develops, as well as watches.

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Ritot is a new kind of wristwatch that looks like a bracelet and with a flick of the wrist projects the time on the wearer’s hand. Ritot uses a smart device application that allows the wearer to set notifications to be projected including incoming calls, texts, emails, social media, events, weather and others.


Projected messages last about ten seconds or can be dismissed by touch or a quick shake and can be set to any of twenty colors through the application. The internal battery on Ritot gives it a 150-hour projection life or one month in stand-by mode and is rechargeable by the included base though induction charging.

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