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Global clock shows 11 time zones at the same time
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The difference between GLOBAL CLOCK and normal clocks is: GLOBAL CLOCK has a disc hour hand (hour dial) instead of normal needle hour hand. On the disc hour hand, many cities or countries’ names and arrows are printed. The disc hour hand turns clockwise as normal clock needle hour hand does. By this unique simple design, Global Clock can display current local time (UK time) and time in 10 other time zones at once. Each international time zone is represented by a city’s name. No more push button. No more hanging many clocks on wall to get world time (One Global Clock will do 11 normal clocks’ job).

[Thanks, Q Gang!]

8 thoughts on “Global clock shows 11 time zones at the same time

  1. What about the differences in dates of Daylight Savings/Summer Time changes? I would think it would be even more confusing to use between March and April and then again from August to November as different countries change at different times.

  2. I find, the Global Clock is an interesting invention and I like the design also well. The question is only, whether such a clock can be properly marketed and find enough customers. Who needs already a clock with ten or eleven time zones? Maybe businessmen, but nevertheless nobody.

  3. This would be useful for me, since I have to keep in mind work colleagues from varying time zones in China, India, Europe and USA.

    One thing I did notice was that another minute hand is needed for those time zones which are half and hour off, such as India.

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