Normal Timepieces Show Only a Sliver of the Face to Display the Time

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: • References: matomeno & notcot.org
While the majority of clocks will use hands to point to numbers on the face to tell the on-looker what time it is, Normal Timepieces instead only feature a minute and second hand, and only highlight a small sliver of numbers to display the time.

The hour hand is replaced on Normal Timepieces by black faceplate that features a small portion cut out for catching a small peak of the hour that it is. This rather modern approach to clock design is rather obscure, but totally awesome because it might require that one take the time (pun intended) to really appreciate the fleeting concept of time.

Available in either a white or black color scheme, Normal Timepieces are anything but and are perfect for the contemporary individual. Stats for Peek-A-Boo Time Tellers Trending: Older & Mild
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