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World Time Clock Tells Time With Nine Faces

by Paul Strauss

Sure, there are plenty of clocks out there that can tell time in different time zones one or two at a time, but how about a clock that can simultaneously tell the time in NINE major cities across the globe?

Karlsson Time Zone Clock

Karlsson’s Time Zone Clock has nine individual 3.5-inch clocks built into its face. It can tell time simultaneously in London, Frankfurt, Moscow, Delhi, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Sydney, Los Angeles and New York. I guess if you live in the Midwest like me, you’re outta luck. The clock is made out of polished steel, and each clock features a convex acrylic bubble to protect the hands.

So if you just have to know what time it is on the other side of the world, you can pick one up for €79.95 (appx. $107 USD) from France’s Atylia.

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Comments (5):

  1. Bob says:

    Sidney is in California, in the same time zone as LA. Sydney is in Australia, and a different time zone from the others. From the image, and your transcript, it would appear that this clock has a typo on the bottom left clock face.

  2. technabob says:

    Hrmmm. I hadn’t noticed that typo on the clock face (or in my content for that matter!).

    I’ve corrected my content, but as for the clock, It’s definitely supposed to say Sydney (as in Australia)

    From the looks of this picture….

    It looks like Karlsson has fixed that typo on production models of the clock.

  3. anonymous says:

    I could really use something like this, but the cities should be interchangeable and you should be able to set them yourself as needed for the cities that matter to you. It’s also quite expensive, not as bad as other models considering you get nine seperate clocks on this one, but the city thing is what keeps me from considering a purchase. I also live in the midwest and would like to compare my time with that of other cities that are important to me without bring over a seperate clock to compare, for that price is shoudl be build in and customizeable without extra work on my part.

  4. Lee and Sabby says:


    I want all keep clocks off the background metal please but can you do that please?

  5. Vinh Truong says:

    Not one clock for each location. It’s a waste of money. Imagine you must adjust 9 clocks by day saving time changing and two times a year.
    I have developed a all-in-one world clock in patent pending. To see it please visit the http://www.SmartWorldClock.com
    Do you like it?

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