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December 8, 2005

Hands–Free Watch

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Literally.

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From the website:

This little German wonder offers a totally new way to watch time roll by.

A single floating orb marks the passage of time (within a minute or two).

Tap the case you'll find nothing holding it in place, but don't despair it always finds its way back to the time when things settle down.

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It's like reading a sundial and once you're used to it you may never go back to hands.

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Hi Joe,

I design and manufacture a large range of electronics in Hong Kong and China, so am always interested in seeing what you've found next.

With this particular watch, it seems they have copied and shrunk the MoMA clock I have hanging over my front door. Still a good idea though!

Here's a link to the clock:
http://store.exit-art.com/noname32.html

Posted by: Fred | Dec 8, 2005 9:56:24 PM

Dead link, unfortunately

Posted by: Ennis | Dec 8, 2005 9:25:14 PM

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