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  • elizabeth g. frías

    Dutch designer Maarten Baas has created a timer in collaboration with with kinetic objects company Laikingland that's specifically designed not to be accurate.

  • Christof Zürn

    Hourglass Nap Timer Wakes Sleepers With The Bang of A Gong

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    Just About Now, a sandglass timer attached to a gong

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