Only you will know what it means

Mystifying to everyone but you, Saviour is a quiet mechanical object for the home, designed to secretly represent the status of your savings by rotating as if by magic.


Let them wonder

Saviour comes from the heart of Shoreditch in London to gently manifest itself within any stylish, connected home. It is a non-intrusive, physical artefact which covertly communicates the status of your savings account by automatically adjusting the position of its inner disc, in sync with your deposits and withdrawals. The beauty of Saviour’s non-digital interface is that only you will know what it means. You set Saviour to move in increments of however much money you wish. One notch might mean one pence, or it might mean one hundred pounds. Up to you. And if your guests perceive it as a well crafted designer clock, feel free to let them.


See your savings grow

Designed to motivate anyone with a bank account to save money and keep saving toward a definite target, Saviour is essentially the new coin jar. Cash is rapidly disappearing from society, and our banking activities are almost entirely online. Time for a sophisticated adult money box, as compelling to behold as our see-through jars and overflowing tins of old were, yet something richer and more tangible than just an app.


Enigmatic in appearance, ingenious in function

Saviour has been lovingly crafted to suit a variety of homes, from modern studio apartments to rambling victorian houses. Simple and elegant in its form, Saviour comes in five distinct colour ways: scarlet; emerald; cobalt, ivory; ebony.

An app is used to connect Saviour to your savings bank account. You choose your monetary target and set the timeline, and Saviour's inner ring will gently slide to a position which denotes how far along you are toward achieving your self-set goal. No one but you will know how much, how long, or even how it works. Unless you tell them, of course.


Limited edition of 1000

Saviour has been through many enjoyable design phases and lots of rigorous testing, and will be available to the public by the end of 2019. Please register your interest with us here and we will let you know as soon as we are ready to release the first one thousand editions.


Behind the scenes at Saviour

Saviour was conceived by Thought Machine Labs, and developed in collaboration with award-winning product design studio 7th Design & Invention. Thought Machine Labs is the experimental arm of Thought Machine, a leading London fintech company which is known for its principal product, Vault, a cloud-based core banking platform, which is revolutionising how banking is done. This technology is what powers Saviour, allowing it to connect to any UK bank account and react almost instantly to deposits and withdrawals.

Thought Machine Labs has also made waves with its pioneering digital money box for children, Money Monsters, which was taken on by Santander in 2017.

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Thought Machine Labs
7th Design & Invention
Money Monsters