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Trace Of Time Whiteboard-Esque Clock Erases Itself Over Time

Trace Of Time Whiteboard-Esque Clock Erases Itself Over Time

Trace of Time Clock (Image courtesy Il-Gu Cha)
By Andrew Liszewski

Designed by Il-Gu Cha, the ‘Trace of Time’ clock is made from stainless steel with a glass face that allows you to jot down meetings and other important events when they’re supposed to happen. But the single hour/minute hand actually features an integrated eraser which cleans the clock’s face as it sweeps around over a 24 hour period. So while the clock’s useful for planning out your day, you can forget about jotting down things you’ll need to remember later in the week, since they’ll be gone by tomorrow.

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  • lukesurl

    What if you're running half an hour late and need to remember what you scheduled?

  • Anonymous

    it must take more than one swipe to erase something

  • aKarma

    Perhaps it cycles once every twelve hours. Given it only has one hand it makes sense for it to be the hour hand

  • http://www.charmainelimblog.com Charmaine

    What happens if someone accidentally erase them.

  • http://www.charmainelimblog.com Charmaine

    What happens if someone accidentally erase them.