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Giant LED Clock Big Enough to Hold Your CD Collection

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Now, most of us have moved on from compact discs to digital media players these days, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t still have to find a place to store our old CD collection, right?

This ingenious storage system doubles as a giant LED clock, so you’ll actually be getting some utility out of an otherwise single-purpose bookshelf. The oversize clock conceals red 7-segment LED displays for each digit in the edges of the storage cubes.

Giant LED CD Clock

Measuring in at a 28″ (w) x 14″ (h) x 5″ (d), you certainly won’t miss the time on this clock. And of course, if you no longer listen to CDs, you should be able to stack small books, DVDs, video games or Blu-Ray discs in the cubbyholes.

I haven’t found a U.S. retailer who carries these, but if you’re up for importing a bunch, you can put in a wholesale inquiry to it’s Hong Kong manufacturer, Anka.


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Comments (7):

  1. karen says:

    that is SUPER cool! If you didn’t have CDs you could put other stuff in there too…

  2. lunadude says:

    Uh, me too! I am wanting this.

    Aint using CDs much, but I got lots of geekosphere detritus to put in them.

  3. Wow I would get this even if I didn’t have CDs, which incidentally, I do. Instead though I’d put toys and such in them.

  4. emily says:

    I LOVE THIS!! where can i get one??

  5. emily says:

    I LOVE THIS!! where can i get one?

  6. Jonny says:

    Oh my god!!! oh my god!! What a ingenious deisgn!

    BTW i love emily!! xxx

  7. Curti says:

    Dont know how i would cope without it!! I cant read the time on other clocks!!!

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