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When it's time to get up, this little friend makes a pleasant-yet-effective repeating beep sound. At all other times it is completely silent. No tick, no tock, nothing but the sweet sound of slumber. With a sweeping second hand, a soft optional built-in light, and a beautiful Shogawa hikimono-kiji wood casing (renowned for the subtle striations of its rings), this wire-free battery-powered clock is a bedside table's best friend. And, of course, it can *snooze* (and so can you). 4.33" x 4.5" x 2.2"
About the line: Renowned for their natural housings, precision mechanisms, celebrated designs (this particular clock is designed by Riki Watanabe), and completely silent clockworks, Lemnos Clocks are made in a 70 year old factory that began its life producing intricate brass altar fittings for Japanese Buddhist monasteries. It is unsurprising, then, that these clocks take a minimalist, meditative stance on time. Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is what we have, silence is what we require. Om.