The Nomon Punto y Coma I Pendulum Clock Features Only Hands

By: Michael Hemsworth - Feb 20, 2017
References: mondocollection & thegadgetflow
The basic design aesthetic of the analog clock hasn't changed much in in functionality over the years, so the Nomon Punto y Coma I Pendulum Clock aims to be one of the first designs to do so. Featuring only arms and a pendulum, the clock utilizes a wall surface as the face of the clock in order to put a hyper-modern aesthetic on display.

The clock features a powerful UTS German Quartz movement and offers a precision experience for modern home design enthusiasts. The Nomon Punto y Coma I Pendulum Clock comes in two color choices including chromed steel and lacquered steel to satisfy varying preferences. The clock acts as a great way to incorporate a timepiece into a space where one might not look fitting otherwise or even physically fit.