5/20/2008

World Time Clock

Posted by tb4

Pretty cool desk clock by designer Charlotte Van Der Waals. The world time clock is a barrel-shaped desk clock that has 12 sides, each with the name of two major cities. Altogether, the 24 cities represent the 24 Global Time Zones. To find the local time in another time zone, roll the clock so the city representing that time zone is on top. I'm not exactly sure how it shows you the time when you roll it to a new city, but it seems like a pretty nice idea. Get it over at Moss for $75.

via lostatEminor

3 comments:

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BoLToN said...

hi, for me it is pretty obvious: no numbers on the clock, so as you turn the clock, you turn the fingers also, and you can see the actual time.

by the way, i like your blog very much, keep up the good work!

greetings from denmark/hungary