The Rev'Lution clock measures time exactly as standard
time does but just reads it differently. The "Counter Classic", "Contempo", and "Retro" are all designed in the same
manner but with different font styles. To read them the hour hand corresponds to the numeral it is in relation to, ie:
"1" is 1 o-clock, "2" is 2 o-clock and so on. The minute hand corresponds to the numeral it is in relation to, multiplied
by 5 (as we all learned when we were in grade school, right?) ie; "1" is 5 minutes past the hour, "2" is 10 minutes past
the hour and so on.
The position of the hour and minute hand no longer tell
the time in relation to the traditional position of the numbers on the clock itself, with the numeral 12 in
the north or top position, but in relation to the numerals themselves no matter what position they are on the clock
as long as they are in sequential order, (why are we able to tell what time it is on clocks without any numerals? because
it has been engrained in societys memory for hundreds of years.) The Rev'Lution clock can tell time only by
the numerals no matter what rotation they are on the clock just as long as they are in sequential order, which
is why the Rev'Lution clock will always show the numbers and in order.
Not to worry each Rev'Lution shipped will have it's own
instruction sheet and in little or no time one will be able to read this new Rev`Lution.