How The Day Clock Was Born: The idea for the ultimate retirement gift was born in the heart of the Black Rock Desert of Nevada in the middle of July. Mark Pierce and John Kallestad had been dirt sailing for several days knowing their wives would be showing up on Friday. The problem was they didn't know what day it was and their wristwatches only gave them the date, which didn't help. After several beers around the campfire the idea for the DayClock was born. A result was a clock, which gave them the only information they required--what day, it is. The DayClock is the invention of Mark Pierce and John Kallestad, of Incline Village, Nevada. They also own the patent on the DayClock design and have plans to expand on many different variations of the original theme.
Who Should Have One: This is a gift for the person who is hard to buy for. It is the perfect gift for your mother or father in a retirement home. Or how about your grandparents for Christmas? Surprise your husband with a gift for his hunting or fishing cabin. And don't forget your in-laws. The DayClock would be perfect for their recreational vehicle.