ONE-HAND WATCH MARKS TIME IN FIVE-MINUTE INTERVALS (Mar, 1924)
ONE-HAND WATCH MARKS TIME IN FIVE-MINUTE INTERVALS
Time of day can be learned in a glance at the dial of a one-hand watch, designed by an eastern manufacturer, which shows the hours marked in five-minute intervals. Because of its simple mechanism, it does not easily get out of order. It is especially suited to outdoor use and serves all practical purposes of the two-hand timepiece where periods of less than five minutes are not important to the user. It is easy to set, less confusing, and can be plainly read at night or by nearsighted persons.