Geeks like to show their colors. Bike polo geeks will wear jewelry made from old bike-chains, and the tackier car geeks will don Ferrari jackets and caps, hoping to trick people into thinking they actually have something better than a Ford Taurus parked outside,
Camera geeks already have their badge: a big swinging camera around their neck. But for the times when you can’t wear a giant 24-70 ƒ2.8 phallus on your chest, the F-Stop watch will do. It has a face with a “fetching” aperture-inspired design, and instead of boring old 1,2,3,4 running around the dial, you get markings at numbers 2, 2.8, 4, 5.6 and so on. The strap is faux-leather, like so many classy camera accessories, and it is made in China, just like almost everything in your kit-bag.
Want one? No, me either, but if you insist on inflicting a themed gift on a “loved” one this Christmas, you could do a lot worse, and it’s just $36. And if he or she is a Canon owner, may I interest you in my own entrepreneurial Christmas gift? It’s a “My other Camera is a Nikon” sticker (kidding!).
F-Stop Watch [Uncommon Goods via Oh Gizmo]
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Fuente: Gadget Lab