When the word “clock” comes into the picture, the only visual rendering that passes our brain sight is a simple mechanism that runs hour and minutes. But, designer Daniel Weil takes the clock to a whole new level. The clock design makes the hour and minutes mechanism go completely visible. The clock parts are reduced to its component parts, and the clock runs on a thin rubber belt using a single AA battery. The battery is concealed in the wooden base and connected by visible wires away from the main mechanism. The minutes and hours are displayed on the outside and inside of a nickle-plated ring, and one can also set the alarm by turning the key.