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Coolest Clock is a Smartwatch for Your Wall

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After years of not wearing a watch because my mobile phone had a clock on it, I adopted a smartwatch. You won’t find me without my Pebble any more. It makes it very easy to tell if I need to send my wife to voicemail while I am working rather than digging my phone out of my pocket first. I’m not a fan of wall clocks, they seem to have tick magnifying tech inside that makes them incredibly loud just when I want quiet.

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A new wall clock has surfaced that sort of makes me feel for the wall like my smartwatch made me feel for the wrist. The Coolest Clock can project the time and other information onto your wall, and the best part is that it has no hands to tick loudly and wake me up at 2am.

It also will project all sorts of other info you can choose via a smartphone app like weather, tweets, news, and reminders. Plus, the display is completely customizable.

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The Coolest Clock project is on Indiegogo and has already raised over $230,000 blowing the $20,000 original goal out of the water. You can still order one for $199 before April 10 with shipping in December. I really want one of these.



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