Anyone old enough to appreciate the elegance of the Clock-O by Raunak Narang surely knows by now where the hour indicators lie. The numberless dial of this chic contemporary chronograph shows an appreciation for clarity, simplicity and invisible technology.
The streamlined timepiece actually keeps the hour thanks to digital functionality. Four layers of rings compose the minimal yet comprehensively designed wall clock, including one equipped with LED lights which emits a glow through the stencil for the minute and hour hands. The indicators seem to rotate around a void in the center of the object, creating a surreal appearance with a wonderfully modern flavor. A transparent polycarbonate shell covers the Clock-O by Raunak Narang with a graceful glossy finish, making it a virtual hybrid of art and electronic.
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