The slender and elegant hands that you're used to seeing on analog chronometers are not present in the design of the 3012 Series Watch. This contemporary time-telling accessory does feature a pair of pointers to mark the minute and the hour, but they revolve around the dial in an atypical way.
Mats Lönngren fixed two concentric disks to the face of the wristwatch with the rear one slightly larger in diameter. The edge of this circle can be seen beyond the circumference of the one in front of it, yet it's differentiated further by a contrasting color.
Each of the disks spins on the same schedule as regular clock hands, one making a full rotation in an hour and another in 12 hours. The 3012 Series Watch has little notches that subtly specify the time of day.
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