Time is such an abstract concept, meaning something different to everyone, every second of the day. The Karlsson Whiteboard Wall Clock takes this universal truth into account, allowing its owner to scribble in his own plans as they pertain to each hour.
Not embodying conventional form of an analogue chronograph, the pivoting minute hand is set into the far right side of the wide blank panel. This reflective rectangular base becomes the dial of the timekeeper, and the numbers that indicate the hour are printed onto the surface. With so much clean space around the face of the clock, the one is offered sufficient room to marker in appointments, meetings and engagements on the Karlsson Whiteboard Wall Clock, which in turn makes it a convenient communication board between different members of the household.