You Don't Need Two Hands To Tell The Time With This Clock
Aug 18, 2013 14:57
There are a few who are bad at reading analog clocks. If you're one of those, then you'll like this one. Industrial designer Sabrina Fossi created the "FreakishCLOCK", which only has one hand, but comes with a slotted cover that turns behind it, blocking everything else but the current hour. Who says you need two hands to tell the time?
The clock is available for about $100 on Fossi's website and comes in six different flavors. Quite a hack indeed, but learn how to read analog clocks better and with enough practice, you can probably buy something a tad bit complex for much less the price.
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