ThePresent expands the boundary of time by completing one revolution every 365 days.
Created by a New Yorker struggling with how to meditate and live in the moment,
ThePresent gradually introduces its owner to a deeper awareness of time.
Living with ThePresent for one revolution reveals the nature of a year.
ThePresent is the gift of giving someone time.
Owners in 36 nations are improving their sense of timing with ThePresent.
"Scott, the clock has been so beneficial.
I have viewed life differently. I have lost nearly 90 pounds, in large part,
by looking at the clock and deciding what thepresent means in my life in general.
I snapped out of a three year depression.
How I spend my time is much more gratifying, but also,
how I remember time has been turned on its head."
This wall clock that makes a single revolution every 365 days,
marking each Solstice and Equinox throughout the year at all the right angles.
This type of clock has never been available until now and it is changing the way people see time.
ThePresent is one of the best gifts money can buy.
Life in the 21st century is exponential and demands a new scale of time.
The first 2000 annual clocks were completed in the Spring of 2013.
A new prototype is currently being engineered.
ThePresent was designed by Scott Thrift, a filmmaker turned clockmaker.
Thrift is creating a new business called Annual Time Inc. to produce ThePresent.
Where is your press page?
but ThePresent has been featured in The Financial Times...SwissMiss...Details...Fast Company
ThePresent was also installed at the Wired Store this past season.
Someone wrote an article about ThePresent as an