seiko-spring-drive-spacewalk-watch

When game designer Richard Garriott took his spacewalk as the sixth space tourist in 2008 he wanted a watch that could not only survive the journey but function normally in space. SEIKO stepped up to the challenge to create the Spring Drive Spacewalk Watch. Battery powered watches couldn’t be used for safety reasons so the engineers had to develop a watch with mechanical spring drive movement, not to mention a watch that could withstand temperatures from minus 20 Celsius to plus 70. Right now most people can’t imagine a need for a super airtight watch that works in space, but one day when we all live on space stations in search of a new planet to colonize we’ll surely be wearing SEIKO Spacewalk watches.

ROBOROCK IFTO

Ditch the mop, broom, and the vacuum while crossing off the never ending chore of keeping your floor clean for good with the Roborock S6 Robot Vacuum and Mop. With its high-precision laser navigation system, virtual barriers, programmable mapping and scheduling, efficiency-based cleaning algorithms, best-in-class battery, suction powerful enough to lift ball bearings and automatic recharging, this all-in-one robot cleaner puts all other options to shame. Better yet, you can save up to 40% off when you get yours  here.