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Delete Clock Erases Your Schedule as Time Passes

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Regardless of how good or bad a person’s memory is, I think everyone needs some sort of a planner. Life can get so busy and hectic sometimes that you won’t be able to keep up without something like a calendar or organizer to help you do so.

If you can’t be bothered with a small datebook or your smartphone, then how about something you can hang on your wall instead – in the form of the Delete Clock?

Delete Clock

It’s a pretty neat concept designed by Li Ke, Pang Sheng Li, and Chen Yi Lin. The face of the clock has a dry-erase whiteboard surface, and it offers generous spaces for you to write down reminders or appointments on the applicable time block. The longer hand is the hour hand, while the shorter one is the minute hand.

The hour hand has two functions: it holds the whiteboard pen in place so you don’t have to worry about losing it, and it’s got an eraser on the reverse, which wipes the board clean as it moves around the clock, wiping your appointments and tasks as they pass. How’s that for killing two birds with one stone?

Delete Clock1

Of course this probable isn’t for you if you like to keep a history of past appointments, because once they’ve passed, they’re gone forever with the Delete Clock.

[via Yanko Design]



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