In the Zone
It could be the clock in the newsroom of the Daily Planet, or a streamlined timepiece gracing a midcentury train station. This four-faced clock is just the ticket for far-flung families to track the time from coast to coast. Just set your home time zone by reversing the clock hands to white in one quadrant, and then check the hour at a glance in the other three time zones of the continental US. The laser-cut Baltic birch plywood face with streamlined corners adds a touch of retro romance to this thoughtfully functional design. Hang on your office or mission control wall with two sturdy metal hangers attached to the back. Made in Charlottesville, Virginia.