This Clock's Minute Hand Rings Its Own Hourly Chime

To sound off the top of each hour, Alessandro Zambelli’s DINN clock does’t use a complex geared mechanism like a grandfather clock, or even simple electronics like your digital watch. Instead, positioned at the DINN’s twelve o’clock is a tiny bell that’s struck by the hour hand every time it passes.

Coffee-Brewing Clock Wakes You Up... To Wake You Up

Need an alarm clock? You’re spoilt for choice, depending on how eager you are to chase it around the bedroom. Loud noises aside, we all know the key to really waking up is injecting caffeine via one’s teeth, a task designer Josh Renouf can mostly help you with, if he ever mass-produces his “Barisieur” — an alarm clock and coffee-cooking station all in one.

These Incredible Clocks Were Built By A Single Designer Over 35 Years

In the 1980s, as giant technology companies competed to create electronics that arrived in the most compact, grey boxes possible, a young designer named Daniel Weil was doing the exact opposite: Eviscerating the electronic guts of gadgets, from radios to clocks, exposing them to the consumer the most elegant way imaginable. And 35 years later, he’s still at it.

The Birdwatchers On This Clock Are Trying To Spot A Rare Cuckoo

The designers at Studio Kuadra have deconstructed the iconic cuckoo clock for this amusing new timepiece that introduces a pair of bird watchers, obsessively hoping to catch a glimpse of the cuckoo in a nearby tree at the top of the hour.

The Hours Gracefully (And Vaguely) Tick By On This Ballet Clock

If your average work day feels like an un-choreographed dance of chaos, perhaps this graceful wall clock will bring some peace of mind while you wait for five o’clock to roll around. The Dancing Wall Clock’s hands have been replaced with segments of a ballerina, resulting in an endless series of poses and pirouettes while they rotate about its face.

An Evil Alarm Clock That Only Uses The World's Most Annoying Sounds

When you’re staring down a day filled with work meetings and deadlines, there’s usually not much motivation to roll out of bed in the morning. So by blasting you with terrible sounds like drumsets and fog horns, this G-Buzz alarm clock uses negative reinforcement to make heading to work seem like the lesser of two evils.

Watch Time Evaporate With A Clock That Paints The Hours In Water

It’s probably related to our limited existence on this planet, but mankind has an unmistakable obsession with time. How else would you explain all the energy we put into building countless clocks designed to tick away the seconds, from a simple Timex watch, to this wonderful WaterColorBot that paints every passing minute?

Is A Clock With The Hours Stacked Vertically Really Easier To Read?

Those of us raised with the English language were taught to read sentences in a straight line. But then when it came time to decipher clocks, we were expected to suddenly be able to read in a circle. It’s no wonder we’ve all switched to digital displays, and why designers Boaz Cohen and Sayaka Yamamoto were inspired to re-think how an analogue clock displays the hours.

A Gorgeous Wooden Kitchen Scale That Masquerades As A Cutting Board

Successful baking requires strict adherence to a recipe and precise measurements, which is made easier with a scale at your disposal. But if the last thing you want is another ugly appliance cluttering up your kitchen counters, feast your eyes on the lovely GKILO scale (pronounced kilo) which when not in use looks like another wooden cutting board.

Skip The Nail Holes In Your Wall With This Sticker Clock

Not keen on the idea of creating a nail hole in your drywall just so you can hang a wall clock? Designer Jamie Wolfund’s found a better way — kind of — as long as you don’t mind repainting when it’s time to take it down. Instead of nails or screws, the Sticker Clock uses two nine-inch pieces of adhesive vinyl tape to hold the clock hardware to the wall.

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