The Verbarius Digitless Clock Tells Time Without the Use of Numbers

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: • References: amazon & thegadgetflow
Telling time means reading numbers and interpreting their place in the scheme of the day, but the Verbarius Digitless Clock uses words to tell time instead of numbers. Digital but at the same time analog, the Verbarius Digitless Clock is able to display time through words in one of five preloaded languages, which increases it's ability to be used around the world.

Designed by Artemy Lebedev, the Verbarius Digitless Clock is a chic if not somewhat intellectual way to display time in your home. We make up shortcuts for reading time like 'ten to four' or what have you and the Verbarius Digitless Clock actually displays these colloquial abbreviations, which in essence could help to make telling time a little bit more refined. For now, however, I'll stick to a traditionally designed clock. Stats for Textual Numberless Timepieces Trending: Older & Chilly
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