Human exploration and curiosity knows no limits. We've conquered almost every corner of the planet, been to the moon, and sent our tools and toys to Mars and way beyond! In essence, the quest for the unexplored is what makes us humans. Of course, there will always be a few who happily live by the famous Homer Simpson's maxima: "If something is too difficult, then it's not worth doing!"
Would it be possible to send a wrist watch on a journey to visit every corner of the earth? And if it is possible, how long would such a journey take? What are the chances that it would return home safely, still keeping correct time? How can we solve obvious logistic problems? Most importantly, would it be fun to be a part of the story of The-most-travelled-watch-in-the world? In my books, the answer to all of the above is YES!
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