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A thoughtful gift for people with a meditation or yoga practice, the versatile Pearl Enso Clock can be programmed with up to 99 sequential timers. The countdown timer features a visual onscreen circle, and the alarm uses soothing chimes of Tibetan singing bowls. 3¾" diameter; 0.8" thick.
Enso, which means circle in Japanese, symbolizes enlightenment, elegance, and the universe. Traditionally, the enso is painted with a single clockwise brushstroke, beginning and ending at the bottom. The central display feature of the Enso Clock is the painted circle that surrounds the screen and is gradually brushed onscreen as the timer progresses. This way, the user can glance at the Enso and see the relative amount of time that has elapsed, eliminating the distraction of focusing on the exact numerical time that remains.
The Enso Clock can be used as a simple countdown timer to time your meditation, yoga, Reiki, or therapy sessions. Simply press the Timer button, set the amount of time in Hours, Minutes, and Seconds, and press the Green Start button. The circle begins to paint indicating how much of the entire time has passed. The Enso gongs at the end of the session and the display softly lights up.
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Great meditation timer and alarm clock. I use it daily for meditation and my talking circle uses it to prevent "speechifying."Published 12 days ago by computer guy
It's OK. I'm comparing this to the original timer of theirs from a few years ago.
It's nice to have some extra variations in the way the time can be set, so that's
an... Read more
These are not cheap, but work very well. We use them during coaching and public speaking -- you can quickly glance and see how much time is elapsed/remaining. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chris Hutchinson
So far i love it. Having a little trouble figuring out the interval timing. It's not intuitive fir me. Also hard to see in the darkPublished 3 months ago by jill guillermo-togawa
I bought this clock with gift money. I love it for my meditation practice because I can set it to ring at different time intervals and I don't have to turn the timer off manually... Read morePublished 5 months ago by ScotTex
Purchased as Productivity tool
Far better than any app - physical objects wire into our brains much better
Better than a sports... Read more
Was a gift for a relative who loves to meditate. He is in love with it and says - what was I doing all this while without this amazing piece.Published 7 months ago by gadget_geek
It was okay while it lasted which was about a year and a half. Just long enough to go out of warranty. The chimes are now static just like others have reported. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Paul Vezzetti
The original version was fantastic. If I could find any place to buy another one, I would. In fact, I'd buy several. Read morePublished 7 months ago by John Yates