Download page, ver. HH1.1 Testimonials page, from users. Links page Hal Harrison

Animated (.gif) picture of a Close Enough watch

"If I told you this was a timepiece,
what time would you say it is?"

The Close Enough watch is an entirely new way of telling time. You don't have to decipher 9:12:34 or estimate the angle of hands that don't point to numbers. At a glance the Close Enough clock tells approximately where you are in the current (in this case 9th) hour, more quickly and efficiently than any other timepiece in the world.

Why is it easier? Most (not all) of us--most of the time--only want to know the time to the nearest 5-minutes. Yet both analog and digital clocks require the human to do the rounding-off. My clock does the rounding for you. Please, try a free program on the Download page.

If this way of telling time grows on you, I want to hear from you. (That's why I've written and published this program.) After finding the settings you like, please copy and paste from Closenuf.exe's "About" box into your note as a record of the Close Enough Clock style you find most useful.

I want one of these.

Unfortunately the watch, left, exists only as a .gif file, and the only mechanism which displays CE time is Closenuf.exe. I'm working on something more tangible, but not there yet. Please check back every few months for progress.

Happy "Close Enough" time telling.

Hal Harrison

last updated March '14

Download page, ver. HH1.1 Testimonials page, from users. Links page Hal Harrison

Online since Aug. '98.