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The world's creepiest watch

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If you sat watching Fatal Attraction thinking "Hey, she's got a point" then this watch is probably meant for you.

Designed for stalkers, the GPS watch lets you know wherever the wearer is at any given time. Worryingly, it also sends a text message any time the wearer/victim manages to get 10 feet away from your paired phone.

As a bonus (for crazy people), you can also programme in a number of locations and when your hostage enters or leaves the area, you will also receive a notification.

For potential kidnappers however, the one downside is that the watch also doubles as a phone so they can easily call for help whenever they want.

You can buy yourself one here. We will heavily judge you however.

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