If you're the type of person who plans his day 12 hours at a time, the Delete Clock is your ideal interior accessory. The clever chronograph has a face made from whiteboard material and divvies up intervals of time with helpful dotted lines and notches.
Pang Sheng Li, Li Ke and Chen Yi Lin made it so that you can use a regular dry-erase marker on the surface of the wall clock to jot down all of your responsibilities during the next 720 minutes. Illustrations, arrows and written details will help keep you to your commitments.
As the hour hand on the Delete Clock pivots around the dial, an integrated brush wipes the dial clean. Assuming that you completed all of the items on your to-do list, the chronograph keeps you up-to-date and not dwelling on past duties.
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