Watch Technology Should be Adopted by car Key Fobs
Every once every so often, I get a great idea that I need to tell you guys but it's not worth writing in of the long weekend editorials.
I have discovered lots of luxury is borrowed by the automobile industry from other genres. Their cars are also wrapped by people in leather, fit them to their shoes anticipate smartphonelike dashboards. Technology is quite significant, but once you reach Aston/Bentley/Rolls amounts, workmanship and materials become the main focus.
Holding my really sober German auto key and while looking at my semifancy watch, I realized there was a chance for the automobile industry.
Everyone understands this. They generally last a really long time, about 5 years in many cases. But imagine if you did something different? RollsRoyce says its cars will last the life of the client.
Would not it be great if you can spend $1,000 on a gold fob with gauzy lead crystal casing along with a chronograph mechanism within? Or better still, a system that costs around the automobile?
I understand these devices generally create mechanical energy, however there is absolutely a means to combine artwork and function.
It could end up being a superior selling point to Aston's bit of glass and Bentley's swarovski encrusted VW key.
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