Techeblog has posted a hoax story from 2008 (not going to link to it because it CERTAINLY does not make for worthwhile reading). I don’t know why this kind of crap resurrects itself when in two seconds Google produces a slew of links to it. Need blog hits?
Please don’t pass it around. But now you know.
Here is a good look taken at the story originally circulated in December of 2008 out of China.
It’s not a watch, it’s not an artifact, and it probably wasn’t even found in a tomb. It’s a joke.
Many of these types of stories are deliberate for a laugh or to make people THINK that there are actual time travelers or alien races or whatnot. If it seems too outrageous to be true, it’s almost certainly not true.
More on Out of Place Artifacts from Skeptoid:
The fact is that OOPArts, for all the excitement they exact, so far have never stood up to any scrutiny. The testable examples, like the Antikythera Mechanism, have proven to fit into our historical understanding and in the best cases, to improve it. The rest, so far, have all turned out to be nonexistent fairy tales (like the Dropa Stones), sensationalized reporting of ordinary objects (like the Coso Artifact), or anything that fits into the historical rewriting agendas of Young Earthers, UFO proponents, or any other group that casts science aside in favor of ideology.