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Hours, Minutes and Seconds Declare Their Independence

by Paul Strauss
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Who says a traditional dial is the only way to display the time on an analog clock? This new timekeeper deconstructs hours, minutes and seconds onto separate clock faces.

Just a Moment Clock by Reddish Studio

The minimal Just a Moment clock from Israel’s Reddish Studio does away with convention, breaking time into its most basic raw elements.

Just a Moment Clock by Reddish Studio

The wall clock runs on three independent mechanisms, each powered by a separate AA battery. You can find the Just a Moment clock at FLUKE Collective for $72.

[via Freshpilot]




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Comments (1):

  1. SadPanda says:

    Jeeeez: you should read the website: : “By creating a sequence of analog hours, minutes and seconds, the ‘Just a Moment’ clock both allows us to focus on each chronometric subdivision and forces us to reconsider the familiar angular relationships and shapes of a concentric clock’s hands.”

    FFS, idiot: it’s a freaking clock.

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