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Eclipsion Wall Clock Not for Accurate Types

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I have owned watches over the years that have had no numbers, and I always end up telling people “it’s about 4pm” or whatever because without numbers it’s hard to get an exact time. A new clock for your wall has been unveiled in concept for that looks interesting.

Designed by Jay Jiwoong Baek, the Eclipsion clock has no numbers. The hour hand has a large solid circle on it, and the minute hand has a smaller hollow circle on it. The hour hand will eclipse that minute hand each time they pass, hence the name. The clock also has a red dot near the 12 o’clock hour. It’s an interesting design that is visually appealing for sure.

The big downside here is that if you are the sort that needs to know exactly what time it is, the approximate time might now cut it for you. The clock will apparently be produced by a company called Cauca at an undisclosed price. Once released, you’ll be able to get the Eclipsion in either black or white.

[via Design-milk]



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