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Lexon Status Wall Clock: Information Overload?

by Paul Strauss
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This clock kind of reminds me of watching those information screens on Bloomberg TV. LEXON’s Status digital wall alarm clock lets you check the time, date, day and weather forecast all at a quick glance.

LEXON Status Clock

By combining all of these features onto a single large LCD screen, the Status clock gives you a heads-up display of all this information at once. It even reports both indoor and outdoor weather conditions thanks to a wireless remote temperature and barometric sensor.

While it’s designed for wall mounting, I also think it would look really good on a mantel or a console table. To give you a sense of size, the clock measures in at 14.25″(w) x 4.5″(h) x 1.25″(d), so it looks substantial, while maintaining a slim profile. Plus, since it runs on batteries, you won’t have to deal with any cords.

The LEXON Status clock is available from Singulier for €99 (appx. $135 USD.)



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