Tikker, is the death watch that counts down your life.
Although it sounds a bit morbid, it actually serves the exact opposite purpose by making you more aware of the time you have on this earth and therefore allowing you to value each second, minute, hour, and year of your life that much more.
Here’s what the makers say:
IMAGINE SOMEONE TOLD YOU that you only had 1 year left to live. How would that change your life?
For all of us life comes with a best before date, and one day we’ll find ourselves at the end of the line. Gee, you’re thinking, this is really depressing!
BUT, WAIT, there’s good news too!
While death is nonnegotiable, life isn’t. The good news is that life is what you make of it – and it can be beautiful!
All we have to do is learn how to cherish the time and the life that we have been given, to honor it, suck the marrow from it, seize the day and follow our hearts. And the best way to do this is to realize that seconds, days and years are passing never to come again. And to make the right choices.
Anger or forgiveness? Tic-toc. Wearing a frown or a smile? Tic-toc. Happy or upset? Tic-toc.
THAT’S WHY WE’VE CREATED Tikker, the death watch that counts down your life, just so you can make every second count.
Tikker is a wrist watch that counts down your life from years to seconds, and motivates you to make the right choices. Tikker will be there to remind you to make most of your life, and most importantly, to be happy.
REMEMBER, IT’S NOT REALLY about how much time you HAVE, it’s what you DO with it. A week spent in love and happiness can be worth more than years spent in agony. Wearing a Tikker is a statement to the world that your biggest priority in life, is living.
So please help us help you do that, and have the time of your life with Tikker, the death watch that makes every second count.
And as if that’s not all, Tikker also shows you the time!
“My favorite things in life don’t cost any money. It’s really clear that the most precious resource we all have is time.”– Steve Jobs
To he/she who got me for secret santa this year, you know what to get me ; ) I know we set a $20 limit but who’s counting?!