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With the winter season this year came the freezing of everything, the least of which was time itself. In celebration of the fast-approaching, great American thaw-out, we’re checking out the best time-telling designs to help us watch the minutes pass while no longer delayed at airports, stuck in a snowdrifts, or making our 137th batch of soup.
Consisting of four 2-inch cubes, the Numbers clock by Areaware uses one red LED digit per cube to display the current time. Place the string of cubes on any flat surface and confuse it at your convenience by rearranging their order. Numbers contains an alarm clock with snooze and operates using 3 AAA batteries in the control box.
Made from 60% recycled PET, designer Sebastian Herkner of LEFF Amsterdam decided that his Felt35 wall clock would symbolize more than the current time. Sleek aluminum hands come in your choice of a tangerine orange, brilliant white or stealthy gray and sit atop its supple upholstering. Ticking by way of an AA battery, LEFF Amsterdam delivers another clock masterpiece by combining artistry and environmental respect into a felt-covered package.
Fitting for your high class, ultra-organized home, The Butler by Micklish is handmade and designed in San Diego. Not only does the solid Walnut wood slat slide out as a useful hook for glasses or scarves, it also exposes an embedded wall clock inside. Featuring a top and bottom of Baltic Birch plywood, you can mindfully store a wallet, ID badge and keys with room to spare. Not only that, but Micklish also included a clever side slot for a smartphone, a concealed space for its charging cord, and a routing system in back with extension cord should the outlet be just out of reach.
From cube clock designs to modern felt and distinguished compartmentalization, clocks reflect the bright outlook of spring as much as the longer days and warming temperatures