Interesting and Practical Calenclock by Ken Lo

Punctuality is a quality that we should have it all. It is nice to be on time where you need or where somebody is waiting for you, to catch the train, the plane, the bus or any other mean of transport at the right moment and it is even nicer when the others respect the hour you have fixed together and they are punctual and thus they do not upset you.

Usually I am a punctual person although most of the times I have been on the last minute, very close to the moment of being late or losing the mean of transport. It happens that I love the dates and it is always a pleasure for me to remember my relatives’ or my friends’ birthdays. Sometimes I was even named “agenda”. If you have problems with dates or time then you may be interested in a wonderful and interesting calenclock designed by Ken Lo.

It is actually a device which combines calendar dates and hourly time .Its hour and minute hands hover over the split-page days that each present a unique message such like: “No Public Holidays”, “ Work Hard”, “ No One Else But You” or “ Trick or Treat”. Thus time or dates will always be in front of you and you will know exactly the day, hour or minute whenever you like. Time will never surprise you and you will definitely remember all your friends’ birthday dates. It is a great home appliance which will look on your desk very nice.

Published by in Home Gadgets, on January 27th, 2012


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