This is the clock with a hand that appears to resist gravitational pull while keeping time. Instead of conventional hands that rotate from a central point, the clock has a red, magnetic sphere that seemingly floats above the face as it circles the clock.
The sphere advances in 15-minute increments to provide casual timekeeping that attempts to usurp the tyrannical rule of schedules and deadlines.
Driven by quartz movement, the one-handed clock takes a minimalist approach to timekeeping and assumes the hour can be deduced from daily context, focusing all of its efforts on keeping pace with the march of minutes.
Requires one AA battery.
9 1/2″ Diam. x 1″ D