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  • - Watch out! (screaming)

    - 小心!(尖叫)

  • Get it, 'cause watch, and we're doing watches today?

    明白了,因為手錶,我們今天要做手錶?

  • - How much watch would a which watch watch if a which...

    - 如果一個哪個手錶看了多少錢,如果一個哪個...

  • - Watch which watch which would?

    - 看哪個表哪個會?

  • Alright, let's go watch some wood.

    好吧,讓我們去看一些木材。

  • Oh my gosh. - Oh, shit.

    哦,我的天哪。

  • - Today on Worth It: Lifestyle

    - 今天的Worth It:生活方式

  • we're gonna be trying three watches

    我們要試三塊表

  • at three drastically different price points

    在三個不同的價位

  • to find out which one is the most worth it at its price.

    來看看哪一款的價格是最值得的。

  • - Worth It!

    - 值得!

  • I don't wear necklaces or rings or jewelry,

    我不戴項鍊、戒指或首飾。

  • but I feel like a watch is where I can kinda express myself.

    但我覺得手錶是我可以表達自己的地方。

  • - Okay, in three words,

    - 好吧,用三個字來形容。

  • what are you looking for in your next watch?

    您在尋找下一塊手錶時需要什麼?

  • - [Ben] Style, class, and function.

    - [本]風格、等級和功能。

  • - I'm more of a comfort, style, of course, versatility.

    - 我比較喜歡舒適,風格,當然,多變。

  • You know, I got a lotta jackets, okay?

    你知道,我有很多外套,好嗎?

  • It's gotta fit the jacket.

    它必須適合外套。

  • Alright, it's time to go to our first location, ha!

    好了,該去我們的第一個地點了,哈!

  • (crickets chirping)

    (蟋蟀的鳴叫)

  • - Let's go!

    - 我們走吧!

  • - Hey, I'm Tim.

    - 嘿,我是蒂姆。

  • I'm a co-founder at Eone with Hyungsoo Kim,

    我和金賢洙是Eone的聯合創始人。

  • and we create the Bradley timepiece.

    我們創造了布拉德利手錶。

  • - Hi, I'm Brad, and I'm Bradley from the Bradley timepiece.

    - 嗨,我是布拉德,我是布拉德利,來自布拉德利鐘錶的布拉德利。

  • - Hyungsoo, you're not being interviewed right now

    - Hyungsoo, 你現在不是在接受採訪嗎?

  • because you literally have to leave at any point today.

    因為你從字面上看今天隨時都要離開。

  • Got ya, okay.

    明白了,好吧。

  • That's fine.

    這很好。

  • So, we'll let Tim tell your story.

    所以,我們會讓蒂姆告訴你的故事。

  • So, this watch is for people with vision impairment,

    所以,這款手錶是為有視力障礙的人準備的。

  • but it's also for everybody.

    但這也是大家的。

  • Can you tell us a little about

    你能告訴我們一些關於

  • the history of your company, Eone.

    貴公司的歷史,Eone。

  • - We started out in Boston, Massachusetts.

    - 我們是從馬薩諸塞州的波士頓開始的。

  • My co-founder, Hyungsoo, was actually studying at MIT.

    我的聯合創始人賢秀,其實是在麻省理工學院讀書。

  • One of his classmates had a vision impairment

    他的一個同學有視力障礙。

  • and he noticed that there really wasn't a good way

    他發現,真的沒有一個好的辦法。

  • for him to tell the time during class,

    讓他在上課時說出時間。

  • and so, that was really the inspiration behind

    所以,這是真正的靈感背後的

  • tackling this issue of creating

    解決這個問題,創造

  • a universally designed timepiece.

    一款通用設計的時計。

  • - I deployed twice.

    - 我部署了兩次。

  • Once to Iraq, once to Afghanistan, and unfortunately,

    一次去伊拉克,一次去阿富汗,可惜。

  • at the tail end of my Afghanistan deployment,

    在我在阿富汗部署的尾聲,

  • I actually stepped on one of those

    我真的踩到了其中的一個

  • hidden bombs in the ground.

    埋藏在地下的炸彈。

  • I was unable to walk away from that blast with my vision.

    我的視線無法從那場爆炸中走出來。

  • I needed a medium through which to show the community

    我需要一個媒介,通過它來向社會展示

  • that I'm gonna be okay, and Hyungsoo comes and says hey,

    我說我會沒事的 然後賢秀就過來跟我說嘿嘿

  • you know, we're gonna start a company

    你知道,我們要開一家公司。

  • that's gonna build a product for you.

    這是要去建立一個產品為你。

  • - And, as you can see,

    - 而且,如你所見。

  • you would feel where the hour hand and the minute hand is,

    你會感覺到時針和分針在哪裡。

  • but it's easily moved out of place.

    但很容易移位。

  • - And if I move it,

    - 如果我移動它。

  • it doesn't have any way to correct itself.

    它沒有任何方法來糾正自己。

  • - Right. - Yeah, that's impossible.

    - 是的,這不可能- 是的,這是不可能的。

  • - [Tim] We designed our timepiece

    - 我們設計了我們的計時器

  • with the magnetic ball bearings.

    與磁性球軸承。

  • We modified the hour and minute hand

    我們修改了時針和分針

  • so that there are magnets attached to them.

    以便有磁鐵附著在上面。

  • They are underneath the surface of the watch.

    它們在手錶的表面下。

  • The outside indicates hours, face indicates minutes,

    外面表示小時,表面表示分鐘。

  • and if it gets knocked out of place,

    而如果它被撞壞了。

  • you just shake your wrist

    甩手掌櫃

  • and it goes back to the correct time.

    並回到正確的時間。

  • - That was to fix both of these issues where you have,

    - 那是為了解決這兩個問題,你有。

  • I mean, it's too loud or something that you can move easily.

    我的意思是說,太吵了,或者是你可以輕鬆移動的東西。

  • - [Tim] Many of our watches have titanium cases

    - [Tim] 我們的許多手錶都有鈦合金錶殼。

  • so they're super lightweight.

    所以它們超級輕巧。

  • We PVD plate them.

    我們對它們進行PVD電鍍。

  • We wanna make sure it's still scratch resistant.

    我們要確保它還能防刮。

  • - [Ben] What's the starting point

    - [Ben] 起點是什麼?

  • price wise for one of these?

    價格明智的一個這些?

  • - The starting point is around $260.

    - 起點在260元左右。

  • The high end that we have right now is 315.

    我們現在的高端是315。

  • So, we tried to price it at a really affordable price range.

    所以,我們試圖將它的價格定在一個真正可承受的價格範圍內。

  • - [Brad] One of the most compelling parts about this product

    - [布拉德]這個產品最吸引人的地方之一是

  • was that we're breaking down this boundary

    是我們打破了這個界限

  • between the able and the disabled with this design.

    通過這種設計,在健全人和殘障人士之間。

  • - We thought about this company

    - 我們想到了這家公司

  • because it's a great looking watch.

    因為它是一款好看的手錶。

  • Let's go onto the watch now.

    我們現在去看錶吧。

  • - We got some braille, I noticed,

    - 我注意到,我們有一些盲文。

  • right on the front of this package.

    就在這個包裝的前面。

  • It's a clean looking box. - It's beautiful.

    這是一個看起來很乾淨的盒子。- 很漂亮 It's beautiful.

  • It's like a sword. (swooshing)

    這就像一把劍。(嗖嗖)

  • Are you ready? - Let's do this.

    你準備好了嗎?- 我們開始吧

  • Wow.

    哇哦

  • - My favorite part of unboxing is taking the plastic off.

    - 我最喜歡開箱的時候,就是把塑膠拿掉。

  • Is that not satisfying?

    是不是很不滿意?

  • - [Ben] That's a good looking watch right there.

    - 那是一塊好看的表,就在那裡。

  • It's my color palette, shades of gray.

    這是我的調色板,灰色的色調。

  • - [Steven] I got the classic timepiece,

    - 我得到了經典的計時器。

  • the one that was the original.

    的那一個,是原來的。

  • This is the cobalt, and the material is stainless steel.

    這就是鈷,材質是不鏽鋼。

  • - You can smell that genuine leather right there.

    - 你可以聞到真皮的味道

  • Don't eat it.

    不要吃它。

  • This is not a food video, Steven.

    這不是一個食物視頻,史蒂芬。

  • - The timepiece right here is beautiful.

    - 這裡的手錶很漂亮。

  • The connection from the band to the timepiece,

    從錶帶到時計的連接。

  • you can see it moving very easily.

    你可以看到它很容易移動。

  • - Damn, that is a cool looking watch.

    - 媽的,那是一塊很酷的手錶。

  • Whoa, magnets.

    哇,磁鐵。

  • I mean, the overall feel, like the ceramic is smooth,

    我的意思是,整體感覺,像陶瓷很光滑。

  • it's nice to the touch, but then the ridges are kinda sharp.

    手感很好,但脊線有點尖銳。

  • - This matches pretty much any outfit I have.

    - 這和我的任何衣服都很搭。

  • - I feel like a girl who just got her engagement ring

    - 我覺得自己就像一個剛拿到訂婚戒指的女孩一樣

  • and wants to just pose with it in every picture.

    並想在每張照片中都和它擺個姿勢。

  • - I'm gonna set your time.

    - 我給你安排時間

  • - Okay. - And you're gonna tell me

    - 好吧 你要告訴我...

  • what time it is. - Alright.

    現在是什麼時間。- 好吧,我知道了

  • - Alright, tell me what time it is.

    - 好吧,告訴我現在幾點了。

  • - It's like 6:10. - Close.

    - 好像是6點10分- 接近。

  • 6:15. - Yeah, I got it.

    6:15.- 是的,我知道了。

  • - Change my time.

    - 改變我的時間。

  • You're really changing the time, huh?

    你真的改變了時間,嗯?

  • It's 7:15?

    現在是7點15分?

  • - It's 7:19.

    - 現在是7點19分

  • Close enough. - You would do that.

    很接近了- 你會這樣做。

  • I am just mesmerized by these balls.

    我只是被這些球迷住了。

  • They're like those...

    他們就像那些...

  • You know the balls that go back and forth?

    你知道那些來回走動的球嗎?

  • (laughing)

    (笑)

  • Alright.

    好吧,我知道了

  • - Dude, the Bradley Timepiece, what's not to love?

    - 老兄,布拉德利手錶,有什麼不喜歡的?

  • It's an amazing story.

    這是一個神奇的故事。

  • Bradley, American hero.

    布拉德利,美國英雄。

  • - This is the one thing I love about this show.

    - 這是我喜歡這個節目的一個原因。

  • We're covering watches,

    我們正在報道手錶。

  • and we can talk about people with disabilities

    我們可以談論殘障人士

  • and how the world has not been made easier for them.

    以及這個世界對他們來說,又何嘗不是如此。

  • Watch fact!

    看事實!

  • That's my radio voice.

    這是我的無線電聲音。

  • So, bracelets with watches on them

    所以,手鐲上有手錶

  • came in and out of fashion

    時好時壞

  • in around the 18th and 19th century,

    在18、19世紀左右。

  • but the way that they became trendy was World War I soldiers

    但它們成為潮流的方式是第一次世界大戰的阿兵哥。

  • would wear watches out of convenience.

    會因為方便而佩戴手錶。

  • - It was convenient compared to

    - 相比之下,它很方便

  • looking at a clock at a building?

    在大樓裡看鐘?

  • - [Steven] More like a pocket watch.

    - 更像是一塊懷錶

  • - Oh, okay. - I just realized something.

    - 哦,好吧。- 我剛剛意識到的東西。

  • We have now gone back in time because we are now all

    我們現在已經回到了過去,因為我們現在都是。

  • a part of the pocket watch movement again.

    又是懷錶機芯的一部分。

  • The iPhone. - No (bleep).

    的iPhone。- 不(嗶)。

  • - I know!

    - 我知道!

  • - It just goes back to this whole concept of time

    - 這又回到了時間的概念上來了

  • and us living on this continuum where

    和我們生活在這個連續體上

  • history just keeps repeating itself, you know?

    歷史只是不斷重演,你知道嗎?

  • - The sun has been here all along.

    - 太陽一直都在這裡。

  • The O.G. pocket watch. (laughing)

    O. G. 懷錶(笑)

  • Here we go, we're on our way to location number two.

    在這裡,我們走了,我們在我們的方式 到地點二。

  • It is this young, brilliant watchmaker

    就是這個年輕的,優秀的製表師

  • who has started a company called Weiss Watches.

    他創辦了一家名為Weiss Watches的公司。

  • - I'm Cameron Weiss.

    - 我是Cameron Weiss

  • I am the founder and master watch maker

    我是創始人和製表大師

  • at Weiss Watch Company.

    在韋斯鐘錶公司。

  • - And you guys make watches right here in California.

    - 你們在加州製造手錶。

  • - The majority of watches

    - 大多數手錶

  • are all gonna come from Switzerland or Asia,

    都是來自瑞士或亞洲的。

  • so we're kind of an outlier here in the U.S.

    所以我們在美國是個異類

  • - How does someone become a master watch maker?

    - 如何才能成為製表大師?

  • - The master watch maker is someone

    - 製表大師是一個人

  • who could pretty much make or repair almost any watch.

    他幾乎可以製造或修理任何手錶。

  • Now, there's quartz watches

    現在有了石英錶