Modern Design: Aspiral Clock (3 pics + video)


It may not be the most practical way of finding the time, but you have to admit, the Aspiral Clock is pretty cool.

Created by London-based designers Will Aspinall and Neil LambethMade, the Aspiral Clock turns slowly over a twelve-hour period while a loose ball inside marks the current time. When the clock reaches the final twelfth hour, it drops through a hole and starts all over again.

The kinetic energy clock is 15 inches (35cms) in diameter and available in a range of colors. You can pick one up here, for $500.

Aspiral Clock website



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