The “Cue” is a $30 waterproof clock, fitted with a suction cup and meant to be stuck on the wall of your shower. Its main purpose in life is to remind you to check your breasts for lumps – seven days after the end of your menstrual cycle, or every thirty days if you’re irregular – but it also serves as a simple clock and timer.
I’m all for regular breast exams. And certainly being reminded while you’re in the shower, already naked and ready to squeeze, makes sense. But couldn’t you just set up an email reminder from one of the dozens of services around? Or put in a reoccurring appointment in your phone? It wouldn’t happen in the shower, but it wouldn’t cost thirty bucks, either. The choice is yours.