The Wave Clock is part timepiece, part kinetic sculpture, and uses ball bearings as its hands. The ball bearings are moved by unseen magnets below the clock's surface, with the only marking being a dimple signifying 12 o'clock. So basically it's perfect for anybody who doesn't want to know the exact time, just something close to it.
The Wall Gear Clock is a wall clock which uses exposed spinning gears to tell the time. And me? Well I basically just guess. ... / Continue →
This tubular clock uses words to describe time instead of numbers, similar to the Verbarius clock.
Time is displayed on the Tubular Time Clock in phrases such as "quarter past four" and "five minutes past six" instead of the pedestrian "4:15" and "6:05." The clock mounts to a... / Continue →
This LED clock looks like it's sinking into whatever surface you place it on. And if you put it on, say, water? Well that, sir, would blow my mind.
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