Perpetuum Calendar

Time is seemingly infinite, but most calendars and date-tracking apparatus aren’t, instead relegated to recycling once full. But as its name suggests the Perpetuum Calendar isn’t going to run out or wear down in any foreseeable future. Made of a minimal three parts, its sawtooth roof-inspired base — with month and day markings — is 3D-printed of a fabric-like plastic in either grey or jet black that almost looks like it’s made of concrete, and the two timepieces are plated with 14 karat gold. Of course you’ll need to move the timepieces yourself but maybe pulling your attention away from your computer for a few seconds every day isn’t so bad.

Find it at Othr – $510