A timely gift: biodegradable watches
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Still searching for a unique gift? SmartPlanet's Sumi Das shares Sprout watches. Sure, you could go with a Rolex or a Tag, but are those compostabl...
Still searching for a unique gift? SmartPlanet's Sumi Das shares Sprout watches. Sure, you could go with a Rolex or a Tag, but are those compostable? Find out just how eco-friendly these timepieces are.
Dec 19, 2011
Why would someone want this less, even invent this? This is one of the most stupidest ideas I have ever seen. It ridicules the entire green movement! Don't get me wrong..I'm not green in the broadest sense of the word, but stuff like this doesn't help their movement at all! I see this and I think "stupid people doing stupid things"
Timepieces were one of the last bastions of what was a tradition for centuries...until the last few generations of self-absorbed, spoiled, disposable and oblivious to anything not-new-and-shiny Americans...the heirloom. What sort of idiot would want a watch that disintegrates when it gets wet? What's next, biodegradable homes? It concerns me that a soi-disant smart website advocates for a society based on making everything ever more disposable. Do you think we should extend this trend to inconvenient and outmoded senior citizens as well?