No, I am not ashamed that I have a major crush on a man who dressed in tights and made faces for most of the 80's, and now plays a crippled drug addicted doctor...and is almost the same age as my father.
I wonder how sensitive the buttons are on it? If you wore it hanging around your neck, it seems you could easily hit it with your needles when swapping them from hand to hand, and then accidently hit the buttons on the NKK counter.
Also, like Egeria said, if counts couldn't be saved, this wouldn't be very economical for the knitter who has several projects going at once.
I guess it depends on what kind of knitter you are, and how clumsy you are.
I personally wouldn't buy it, because I tend to write out my patterns stitch by stitch and row by row, and tic off the stitches I'm done with, so a counter isn't necessary for me.
BTW, I'm not OCD, just dyslexic and I lose count easily! lol.
[quote="Egeria"]Ah yes, but can you count rows for more than one project on it? That's the question! If I could save a count for one project, then start counting another then it would be more worth it.
Egeria, you need to patent that idea right now before somebody else does. That is a great idea.