11+ World Desk Clock

Dec 30, 2014

Category: Living

“It’s 5:00 somewhere” goes the saying, and hey, if that’s all you need to give yourself permission to throw back the first brewskie of the day, then you need the 11+ World Desk Clock.

Korean–based design firm 11+ brings us this minimalist clock that features an exterior inscribed with the names of plenty of 5:00-possible international cities, like New York, Paris, Santiago, and many more. Do you know how many time zones there are in the world? 24, and someone has to be showing 5:00 right now. All of them can be displayed on the clock thanks to its unique rolling mechanism which sees its hands transition back to the correct local time. Grab a AA battery and you’re ready for Happy Hour anywhere. [Purchase]

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