The Lexon Around Clock is a minimalist analog desktop clock that has no moving hands. It looks like a cylinder with the hours of the day from 1 to 12 printed plus vertical lines to mark every quarter hour around the cylinder. Instead of moving hands, the entire cylinder rotates slowly at 12 hours per full cycle while the current time is indicated by a static red arm that acts as the time marker.
The Lexon Around Clock is designed by Anthony Dickens who apparently was inspired by the rotation of the Earth on its axis. This unique clock runs on a single included AA battery. The clock measure 11 cm x 5.5 cm.
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French designers Lexon has developed the Lexon Around clock, a contemporary analog clock that works when the cylinder body moves around the static red arm.