The Loops Clock is named after the fact that the minute and hour hands have been linked together to create, that's right, a loop. Although the Loops Clock has a rather playful look, the thinking behind it is quite philosophical. As Plus Mood points out, "With both hands connected in a curl, this clock symbolizes the continuum of time."
Designed by Toer, a design studio founded by Castor Bours and Wouter Widdershoven and located in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, the Loops Clock may have a deeper meaning, but the mesmerizing way in which it functions will occupy people in a different manner. As the Loops Clock ticks on, the hands periodically do a little hop to untangle themselves, which gives the design a bit of personality. Overall, the Loops Clock brings a touch of fun to the home.
Connected Coiled Chronographs
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