I find it maddening that when I want to consult my wristwatch, I have to hoist my shirt cuff out of the way.
For people who insist on wearing a chunky watch, it must be a burden to scrape the material across its surface numerous times a day. Add French cuffs and a pair of links and you can forget any attempt at chronometry.
Today’s invention is a straightforward solution. Shirts would be equipped with a small window in their left cuff, allowing the watch face to be conveniently viewed -without all the usual contortions.