How many times do you check your clock before going to bed to make sure the morning alarm's been set? With Lexon's new Flip it should really only be once since the top and bottom of the alarm clock feature the words 'on' and 'off' in big, obvious letters.
With an endless supply of streaming media at our fingertips, who in their right mind would spend money on a radio these days? That's probably the same question Lexon's designers were asking themselves, just before they came up with the stunning design for the company's Flow FM radio.
Minimalist clocks pop up from time to time, and while sometimes they're just good enough for you to know it's "three-ish," the Around clock can actually let you know it's "three fifteenish." It's about as simple design as you can get: with a rotating dial and a red wire that tells you the time. From Lexon, it's…
While a regular old wall clock just tells you the time, this Lexon Status wall clock gives you a bunch more info: the date and the weather, to be exact. It provides the outdoor temperature via a wireless barometric sensor that you stick outside, which is probably what drives an otherwise modest clock up to a $135…
Annoying timekeeping schemes are not just for watches any more, as evidenced by this minimalist LCD E8 eight wall clock from Lexon, a company that also makes a watch with this same goofy layout.
Lexon is a European design company who has invented a new way to tell time, according to their e-mail. This watch—rather than having silly hands or digital numbers—uses simple blocks to designate the time. So in this pictured watch it is 12:59. Just count the blocks and you will get it.
I'm not down with this minimalist radio jive that these guys, and Tivoli, really seem to enjoy, but someone out there wants a mono radio made of wood, so I decided to put it out there. The radio is $75 and they also make that hot little portable radio and the clock, which both look better than the cube radio thing.