Golfers have a timepiece worth watch-ing
I'm not a "watch" guy. Never worn them and now, with the ubiquitous nature of mobile phones, I see no reason I ever will. In fact, I can't think of a time or place where I didn't have easy access to the time -- except the golf course.
Sometimes cell phones are prohibited, sometimes they are frowned upon, sometimes they are just hard to keep nearby - but knowing the time while on the course is important. We all have busy lives and at the very least, want to know our pace of play is in line with what it should be. So now - I need a watch.
Enter Phosphor watches who have developed a sports watch - ideal for golfers - that is stylish, functional and durable.
The World Time Sport Watch uses E Ink technology (the same as your favorite E reader such as the Amazon Kindle, which requires no backlight for its digital display and makes telling time in its large display area easy for golfers in even the brightest of glares. It offers a variety of modes and display options - and is light and thin - barely noticeable for even those who don't often wear watches. The band is also strong enough to simply clip to your golf bag with no worries of it snapping away.
If you are, or know, a golfer who seemingly has everything - here's a unique and practical gift idea for you.
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