The Aspiral Analog Clock Drops the Ball

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 20, 2010 • References: aspiralclocks &
One of the most consistently interesting objects that has undergone countless of redesigns and reinterpretations has to be the clock, and now I have yet another amazing take with the Aspiral Analog Clock.

Replacing the dial with spirals and the hands with balls, the Aspiral Analog Clock rotates until it reaches the twelfth hour. What happens next? Well, kids, the ball then drops into the hold in the middle! It may be a little too pricey for such a simple show, but it's pretty nifty at the same time. Stats for Spiraling Time-Tellers Trending: Older & Mild
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