The distinctively styled clock that offers you a relaxed and perhaps rather more humanistic relationship with the present.
Truly distinctive time pieces that genuinely approach time telling from a fresh and original perspective are rare, but this Transverse Movement Tube Clock from NeXtime undoubtedly falls neatly into this category.
Designed by Hans Muller and Hans von Dongen (a time piece with two ‘Hans’ – there’s a novelty) the Transverse Movement Tube Clock is aimed squarely at those who have a somewhat more casual relationship with time than most of us on account of the fact that it offers the time via a series of phrases separated by five minute intervals.
Measuring in at sixty centimetres (twenty-four inches) in width the Transverse Movement Tube Clock, which resembles a handle, can either be placed on a suitable flat surface, such as a table, or can be wall mounted.
The NeXtime Transverse Movement Tube Clock retails for £100 (approximately $202 / €148 at the time of writing).