Perpetuum Calendar

Calendars are an item that are becoming less and less prevalent in our homes due to the fact our smartphone and computers are seldom more than an arm’s reach away and these typically serve as sufficient in the date telling requirements of most people. This is a shame, of course, but there are still some examples where tangible quality shines through and you can see a need for a product and that’s certainly the case with this eye-catching, and reassuringly expensive, Perpetuum Calendar.

The fantastically conceived and well crafted Perpetuum Calendar takes its design inspiration from the architecture of the industrial era of the 1920s and 1930s and the corrugated “sawtooth” roofs of the factories at this time. The end result is a highly intuitive and striking calendar that will add more than a touch of class to any workspace in which it is deployed.

Aesthetic Superiority

If you’re going to shell out a lot of money on a calendar of this nature, it needs to have something about it and provide both form and function and this is certainly something which can be said of the superb Perpetuum Calendar. The clever design uses a 3D printed fabric base that replicates the industrial era’s move towards the synthetic, elegantly driving an antiquated material into the 21st century.

We’re big fans of well made goods here at The Coolector and the quality of the materials and the impressive attention to detail that has gone into the Perpetuum Calendar definitely sets it apart from the competition but it remains to be seen whether many people will be willing to pay over $500 for a calendar. Whilst it a calendar that will never run out due to its clever design, that’s still a lot to be spending on something that we don’t typically use day in day out anymore.

In order to work as it should, this analog calendar needs human interaction; something which is important in a increasingly technological age as it will be pivotal in taking our attention away from our computer screens and smartphones and back into the physical world – something that we can certainly appreciate here at Coolector HQ.

Fantastic Materials

When you delve into the materials used in the construction of the Perpetuum Calendar, it’s lofty price tag becomes a little clearer. For example, it boasts 14K gold day and month indicators and comes in either a grey metallic style finish or, if you’re more of a stealthy sort, a jet black variety.

For those who value clever design and have an affinity for 3D printing, the Perpetuum Calendar represents the best of both worlds and we’re definitely impressed with its aesthetics and eye-catching finish here at Coolector HQ. If you’ve got deep pockets and you’re looking for the ideal workspace ally for distracting you from your computer and smartphone, this cracking piece of design gets our vote.

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