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Voltmeter Analog Alarm Clock: Stay Current

by Lambert Varias
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Here’s a clock that will fit right into an electronics enthusiast’s workshop. Made by Awkward Engineer, the AWK-105AL is an alarm clock that looks like an analog voltmeter.

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The AWK-105AL is an improved version of Awkward Engineer’s first voltmeter clock, the AWK-105. Like its predecessor, the AWK-105AL has separate meters for hours and minutes and a mode where the needles twitch at random times. But this newer clock has an alarm function, an AM/PM indicator and optional backlit displays. In addition the AWK-105AL is powered via USB while the AWK-105 requires an AA battery. The video below shows us how the AWK-105 works, but it applies to the AWK-105AL as well.

The AWK-105AL without a backlight sells for $169 (USD) while the backlit one goes for $189. It comes in gray or olive. The AWK-105 on the other hand sells for $139.

[via Cool Material]

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