CLOCK 'POLYLINE HANDS'. Is the biggest in town, country, Europe or in the world with advertising your brand
Analog Clock
Clock "Polyline Hands"
Clocks show the real time
Aleksandr Sheremeta
inventor, assignee,  
UKRAINE, VINNITSA
mobile phone   +38-097-260-61-97
E-mail: ap.sheremeta@gmail.com

HOW THE CLOCK WORKS:
Hours - short hand.
Minutes -the end of the long hand.
Second - short flashes on circular dial.

Method for displaying time information - PCT  application WO/2011/062569 – «Method of visualization of information about time the «POLYLINE  HANDS».

On the base of « POLYLINE  HANDS» was developed a new,  exclusive  and  efficient  tool  for advertising a brand.

 

Clock - subconsciously attracts attention.
Advertising clock - concentrates attention exactly on advertising.
Original advertising clock  (with minor differences of principle) – contributes  an  additional interest to advertising.
Large original advertising clocks (the largest in the city, country, world) - illustrate the reliability  and wellbeing of the company.
Exclusive large original advertising clock - due to patenting only you have it.

 

PHOTO OF A SAMPLE OF THE CLOCK "POLYLINE HANDS" ADAPTED TO ADVERTISE THE BRAND

OPERATING PRINCIPLE OF THE
CLOCK "POLYLINE HANDS"
SOME IDIAS OF DIALS AND BRAND ADVERTISING:

SPECIFICS OF THE DESIGNED CLOCK
  • Practically unlimited dimensions - from 20 inches to even  hundreds of meters. Can be achieved due to the absence of mechanically moving parts. This allows for the advertising with several clock sizes. It  is  possible  to  create a clock that would be the biggest in the country, Europe, or oll over the world.
  • Originality.  A small  difference  from  the  principle  of  work of analog  clocks  adds  a «spice»   and  creates additional  public interest.
  • The separation of advertising and information about the time.The advertising information does not interfere with reading the time information while remaining visible.
  • No need for external lighting at night.
  • Reliability.  Provided   by the absence of mechanically  moving parts.
  • Economy.  For  a clock  with  the dial of 20 inches,  the power consumption  is 20 Watts.
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    VIDEO OF A SAMPLE OF THE ELECTRONIC CLOCK SKELETON