Think about the Little Note Clock as you would an agenda. This is a whimsical mechanism that encourages you to mark off the day's most noteworthy activities by scribbling in line with the hour hand's positions.
The cute chronometer was designed by Tim Defleur to be made from a smooth and rounded body of silicone material. The dial would be manufactured of metal or plywood and finished in a white dry-erase board. A small offshoot from the bottom of the wall clock gives it a curious look and actually functions as a magnetized removable marker.
The Little Note Clock is a blank slate for you to draw on the hourly numbers, do a doodle, or delineate the time at which you're due for a beer, due to be done work, or due to return to your post.
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