Quartime

Quartime
Quartime
Quartime

Quartime

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We are used to the dial with immovable twelve hour indexes fixed on it, which, it seems, can’t be different. However, in Quartime watches, hour indexes are mobile: they change each other four times a day, telling the owner what part of the day has come.

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Konstantin Chaykin embodied his unique vision of time in a watch, where a day is divided into quarters. The tradition of displaying time in a 12-hour format and dividing the day into Ante meridiem (“before noon”) and Post meridiem (“after noon”) goes back to the time when the oldest device for measuring time – sundial appeared. They measured the time along the length of the shadow and it was possible to use it, respectively, only during the light day. Ancient Egyptians were among the first who began to measure time by the sundial.

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They succeeded in astronomy and determined that one hour of the day is 1/12 of the time from sunrise to sunset.

Being modern megapolis citizens who never sleep, we perfectly understand that 10 am and 10 pm are not the same things, but the dials of our watches still do not reflect this difference. So why not to subordinate the running of time to your daily routine, consisting of morning, afternoon, evening and night?

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