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Indonesian Designer Recycles Wood Into Wrist Watches1m26s

Indonesian Designer Recycles Wood Into Wrist Watches

Do people still buy watches? There is an observed decline of the use of watches when smartphones became a common gadget that almost everyone carries one along every time. Then, there must also be a decline in the demand of watches. With this, it became more challenging for watch companies to market their items but in Indonesia, a designer creates a reason for people to buy their watch products. Time pieces, in order to be saleable, should have another reason for a buyer to buy them. In the market, both online and in physical stores, a consumer will find watches with several features added to it. Some watches are fashionably decorated with accessories that attracts the attention of girls. It serves as their time piece and a bling piece. So then, these buyers are not buying the item mainly because it is a watch but because it is a stylish piece that they can wear on their wrists. Some of these watches include charms or other cute figures that young girls really love to wear. Other buyers buy watches that are of limited edition because they are into collecting rare watches. Maybe, someone buys a watch made of precious stones or material for investment. In the future, such watch may give a return when the price of that material rises. For fitness-conscious consumers, they may be choosing a watch because it will give them certain apps that measure some health metrics that they wanted to keep track of. Still, other watches offer other features aside from being a mere timepiece. For example, the G-Shock Gulfmaster which is designed to measure pressure, altitude, temperature and provides particular data that someone working or navigating on the gulf like for instance, the precise time of sunset or sunrise. Taking a look at these watches made in Indonesia, why will someone buy it? Uniqueness and creativity draw buyers’ interest into these watches. It is so unique because it is made of wood – recycled wood. Consumers’ awareness on participating in saving mother Earth is promoted in this era. People volunteer to contribute, in their own small way, in actions that will help conserve our resources. On the other hand, buyers of these wooden watches feel proud of having one of these because in their circle, they might be the only one having it – only a few still have these items on hand. As it’s said in the video, less than 30 pieces of these are being produced in a day and the products are sold in different countries. For sure, consumers want to be among the first to try a new product. Will you be buying one? Makers of these watches are crafty and truly creative. Designing a small piece of wood is tough as compared to working on a bigger project such as wooden furniture, ornaments and fixtures. Perhaps, one of the challenging parts is creating the chain or wrist band of the watch – everything must be precise in order for the pieces to fit in. With a consumer’s inquisitive mindset, one question pops up – How durable are these watches? Will they last long enough to make a purchase considered worth it?

Published: October 20, 201550,220 views
Stunning waterspouts appear off Portugal coast1m44s

Stunning waterspouts appear off Portugal coast

A waterspout is essentially a tornado over water, and in this case we manage to see one form and disappear right in front of us! Watch this natural phenomena travel across the ocean off the small fisherman town of Praia da Cova do Vapor in Costa da Caparica, 15 kilometers from Lisbon.

Published: December 30, 2015184,960 views
Mind-bending levitation by nanoscience student2m51s

Mind-bending levitation by nanoscience student

This nanoscience student from Guelph University demonstrates how he can make an object levitate in several ways. He first makes a ceramic plate float along a circular magnetic track. He then makes the same plate 'lock' in mid-air and levitate. He can even spin it in the air!

Skier paraglides through clouds and the result is breathtaking!2m28s

Skier paraglides through clouds and the result is breathtaking!

Most of us would not dare to conduct these types of extreme sports with zero visibility, so we are thankful that this daredevil does it for us! Watch what happens when he skis and paraglides right into a massive abyss of fog above the Stubaital alpine valley in Austria. Totally worth it!

Kids nervous about diving 500 feet underwater in sub8m30s

Kids nervous about diving 500 feet underwater in sub

In Curaçao, a Dutch Caribbean island, you can take a trip far below the surface of the water where sunlight disappears and strange creatures live in the depths. This family will travel 500 feet down in a tiny submersible, a small vehicle designed to operate underwater - similar to the ones used by James Cameron. But are these kids brave enough for the adventure of a lifetime? Let's find out!

Baby pigeon calls out for owner's attention54s

Baby pigeon calls out for owner's attention

This is typical weekend behavior when this person is home and doesn't have to go to work in the morning. Pepper the pigeon will call obsessively and flick her wings in happiness!

Published: July 26, 201825,167 plays$26.51 earned
Policeman performs impressive dance moves at Notting Hill Carnival39s

Policeman performs impressive dance moves at Notting Hill Carnival

An amusing video of a police officer performing some impressive dance moves at Notting Hill Carnival in London. In the clip, which was filmed on Monday (August 28), the uniformed policeman body pops brilliantly as hundreds of festival-goers look on in amazement. "You must be an undercover raver," the MC on stage jokes.