This is a concept for a "metric watch" that I developed. There are many different ideas out there about how "metric time" should be structured, but I support the idea of dividing the solar-defined day into 100,000 "deconds," which are about 86% the length of normal seconds. 100 deconds equals a "dinute," 100 dinutes equals a "dour," and there would be 10 dours in a day. It may seem a little confusing, but this decimal system of time is much easier on the mind than our current sexagesimal system (which is a leftover from ancient Babylon). Metric time allows one to easily convert units and see how the time relates to a percentage of the day. I hope the whole world is on this system someday, but I know it isn't likely. Sigh.