Devon Timepieces has harnessed the raw, industrial, I-Love-Lucy technology of conveyor belts in their Time Belt series of watches. Each wicked, steampunky wrist ornament has a five-piece belt assembly mounted on a central chassis to maintain perfect clearance, plus create the illusion that the parts are floating within the case. Temperature-compensated crystals feed data to on-board microprocessors that drive the timepieces' four microstep motors. Devon's Time Belts are made from high-grade stainless steel forged in five elements through CNC construction. The watches' windows are crystals produced from scratch-resistant and anti-reflective polycarbonate. Oh, they're also bulletproof.
Six wrist watch variations comprise the Devon Time Belt Series, and each has a random, irritatingly difficult to remember name, like Tread 1F, much like Mercedes and Lexus models. The temporal conveyor belts come with a warranty that guarantees they will move the hours, minutes, and seconds of your day flawlessly for at least two years. They are marketed as unisex, but I can't really imagine a woman wanting that big of a hunk of metal weighing down her delicate, birdlike wrist. Plus, ladies, I'm afraid Time Belts carry only the time of day, not chocolate bon bons.
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