If you're familiar with the round arrangement of the numbers 1 through 12 by now, you don't really need a backing for your timepiece.
Thus, the Time-Line Clock abandons anything resembling a face so that you can apply its ticker to any surface around the house. Designer You Haeyon suggests the positioning of the minimalist device against a window pane or the refrigerator door. Equally, the gadget would be at home if it was adhered to the wall or perhaps the front door.
But you'll notice that the Time-Line Clock has just a single hand to indicate. This points at the typical angle for the hour while a tiny circling LED light in the center represents the minute. Integrated GPS ensures that the chronograph is always accurate.
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