You don’t need hands to tell the time, so say Aspiral. Echoing the fascinations that previous and ancient civilisations had with gauging the time of day, Will Aspinall and Neil Lambeth created this, the Aspiral Clock.
Measuring a half day, the clock itself rotates while the ball starts on the outside and gradually runs along the spiral until it reaches the centre and drops down the hole, back to the start—a cycle that takes exactly twelve hours.
Each Aspiral Clock is made individually and comes in a number of different flavours, which includes custom designs. If accuracy is a must, the Grey Timemaster version has 5 minute markings to make sure you don’t miss the train.