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Manual Digital Clock Makes You Change the Time by Hand Every Minute

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When I first saw this clock design, I was scratching my head wondering why you’d want a clock that doesn’t keep time at all. After all, who wants a clock that you have to manually change the time on every time the minute changes?

digits jumbo clock led trainer

Then I realized that this clever LED-lookalike clock isn’t a clock at all. It’s an educational puzzle for teaching your kids how to read digital clocks. After all, analog clocks aren’t the norm these days, so why would you need to teach your children to read time on a more modern display?

digits jumbo clock led puzzle

I guess the only problem I have with the whole concept is that Digits‘ Jumbo LED clock trainer comes with a bunch of tiny little pieces that are easy to lose (and possibly swallow). And it’s not cheap either. At $100 bucks, I could probably buy myself a whole roomful of cheap digital alarm clocks and set them all to different times. The Digits Jumbo LED clock trainer is available over at Ponoko.





Comments (3):

  1. Jon says:

    This is a wonderful clock, very creative… but see it being used for businesses as well to tell customers when they are opening or closing.

    Jon @ WoodMarvels.com

  2. bbyucca says:

    A digital clock is the inspiration for http://www.timeassociation.net/ which allows you to to share associations with the numbers on the clock.

  3. Ho Bo Joe says:

    Now this is an awesome manual clock! Take a look:

    http://files.msurma.net/wykop/1120247/zegarek.php

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