By Andrew Liszewski
If you ask me, the supposed ‘pros’ of daylight savings don’t even come close to outweighing the ‘cons’ of having to change all my clocks twice a year. Even if these days the only device that doesn’t adjust itself is my microwave, and I never program that clock anyways. (It’s the principle dammit!) But if every clock was as easy to adjust as the Ora ilLegale, which you simply tip to the left or right, I might be more accepting of DST.
The clock was designed by Denis Guidone, and while it only exists as a fancy render at this point, it will eventually be produced by NAVA. But let’s be frank, you can probably save yourself a boatload of money with nothing more than a block of wood, a jigsaw and a DIY clock kit.