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Yenwen Tseng Modelled This Eco Clock After a Template Ruler

 - Mar 21, 2014
References: yenwentseng & selectism
'EASY' is an eco clock designed by Taiwanese furniture designer Yenwen Tseng. The clock was inspired by a template ruler for technical drawing. It has a simple, easy to read face that doesn't use any printed decals.

Since it doesn't use print, the numbers are cut outs in the bio-plastic body. The clock is made up of three bio-plastic parts: the body, inclusive of a clock dial and a mechanism for holding movement. The simple construction makes for easy part replacement and an overall eco-friendly time-teller.

It's clear why Yenwen named it the 'EASY' clock when he describes it as, "easy to assemble in the factory, easy to fit in with different interior styles, easy for consumers to afford, easy to replace and easy to the environment." Now, that's a lot of "easy."