There's a true type of conventional clock that many seem to mimic, but the Saturn Watch by Marko Vuckovic makes an attempt to change the way the hour is indicated.
If you consider what most analog chronographs look like, they offer an open view of every second of the day, and what's intriguing about this object is the way it narrows your focus. Instead of seeing the position of every minute, this wall clock blocks out the dial of the device, and with two small holes cut into two revolving discs, the timepiece displays two single sets of numbers that show you the exact time.
Reading the hour is much more efficient with the Saturn Watch by Marko Vuckovic. At night, the numbers even emit an neon glow for easy discernment, giving the object a space-age appearance with its planetary inspiration.
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