When you own a Geochron, you'll have much more than a timepiece. You'll be in possession of a totally handcrafted, yet functional piece of art. Something that generates not only conversation, but inspiration.
The Geochron indicates where the sun is shining at any given moment. How? Via the illuminated pattern on the world map. The left edge of this pattern marks the moment of sunrise, while the right marks sunset. This sunrise and sunset pattern changes continually, as the seasons progress throughout the year. (For you trivia buffs, this feature of the Geochron also displays the winter solstice, summer solstice, and the fall and spring equinoxes each year.)
The Boardroom Model is the "top of the line" Geochron. It is a bit larger in size (36" x 24" x 5") and looks best if "flush mounted" into the wall. Flush Mounting Brackets are included. This model can be customized to match the wood decor of your home or office at no extra charge (wood species, stain and lacquer details required).
Think you've seen a Geochron somewhere before? It may have been in the Hunt for Red October, Clear and Present Danger, Twister, Enemy of the State, The Sum of All Fears, The Poseidon Adventure, or about a dozen other movies. If not, it may have been on Commander in Chief, The West Wing, JAG, CSI Miami, or NAVY NCIS. Maybe you were there when Ronald Reagan presented one to Mikhail Gorbachev as "an example American ingenuity", or when Boutros-Boutros Ghali accepted one at the United Nations headquarters in New York.