For Batman fans, there is no vehicle cooler, more unique, or better than the Batmobile. In 1989, the Batmobile was used in two of Tim Burton’s films and designed by Anton Furst. This iconic machine returns, though this time around, in the form of a unique desk clock from Kross Studio. The brand has taken this legendary car and turned it into an impressive desk clock, which is host to 512 components.
A manual-winding mechanical movement powers the clock. The hours and minutes are displayed by two cylinders, including a vertical and regulator. The timepiece runs at a frequency of 21’600 beats per hour or 3 HZ while mimicking the iconic vehicle flawlessly through its details. The design is limited to just 100 examples. The bodywork is crafted from black aluminum composite with aeronautical grade scratch protection coating for added protection.
Take a closer look at this intricate and eye-catching design in the image and head over to Kross Studio to find out more right now. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more outstanding design coming soon.
Photos via Kross Studio