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Tag: Clock

Hours, Minutes and Seconds Declare Their Independence

Hours, Minutes and Seconds Declare Their Independence
Who says a traditional dial is the only way to display the time on an analog clock? This new timekeeper deconstructs hours, minutes and seconds onto separate clock faces. The minimal Just a Moment clock from Israel’s Reddish Studio does away with convention, breaking time into its most basic raw elements.

Skull and Crossbones Clock: Ooh, That’s Scary!

Skull and Crossbones Clock: Ooh, That’s Scary!
This amazing clock may have been constructed almost 400 years ago, but it’s just as bone-chilling as it was back then. To tell the time, just crack open his skull cap, and the clock is where his brains should be.

Bonyq Wakeup: Stylish Alarm Clock iPod Dock

Bonyq Wakeup: Stylish Alarm Clock iPod Dock
Here’s a nice way to wake from your slumber every morning. The Boynq WakeUp not only looks good, it’s got everything you need on your bedside table. In addition to its digital alarm clock, The Wake Up offers an FM radio and an iPod dock.

Audocron Clock Tells Time Without Pesky Numbers or Dials

Audocron Clock Tells Time Without Pesky Numbers or Dials
Originally created in 1979, and recently revamped for a new generation, this mysterious chrome device is actually a timepiece. Rather than using hands or digits, the Audocron uses a series of beeps and flashing lights to indicate the current time.

Multibook: Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover

Multibook: Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover
This nifty gadget from Italy’s Rotaliana combines a bunch of useful capabilities in one convenient box. The Multibook offers a lamp, clock and a handy organizer for your electronic chargers, all under the same hood. Until you turn on the Multibook, it looks a lot like an ordinary book.

Everyday Objects Get Flattened

Everyday Objects Get Flattened
Irish Artist Finn Magee created this series of works which take common electrical household items and turn them into 2-dimensional posters. The innovative part of his Flat Life series is that the objects remain fully functional in their flat states.

Weather Forecaster has Proximity-Sensing Display

Weather Forecaster has Proximity-Sensing Display
The latest weather information station from Oregon Scientific uses infrared motion-sensing technology to automatically adjust its display based on your distance from the device. When you’re on the other side of the room, the Weather In Motion displays the current time and day of week in large digits along with a 24-hour forecast icon.

Chillichilly Clock Will have You Seeing Double

Chillichilly Clock Will have You Seeing Double
The numbers on this unique wall clock from Hong Kong’s ChilliChilly may look confusing when the hands aren’t over them, but as each hand reaches a number, colored discs reveal the proper time. The appropriately named Seeing Double clock uses Red and a green colored filters at the end of the hour and minute hands reveal the true time.

See-Through LCD Clock Lets Your True Colors Shine Through

See-Through LCD Clock Lets Your True Colors Shine Through
If you’re looking for a timepiece for your desktop, look no further than this hip modern clock from CB2. I really like the see-through LCD display and brushed metal frame which let it seamlessly blend into pretty much any environment.

Is That an Atomic Clock in Your Pocket?

Is That an Atomic Clock in Your Pocket?
Recent breakthroughs in physics and component miniaturization have enabled the creation of an atomic clock that measures just 2″ x 2″ x 0.7″. Symmetricom’s SA.3Xm miniature rubidium atomic clock module is about 1/5th the size of the smallest atomic clocks which are currently available.

Robot Watch Transforms Into Tiny Desk Clock

Robot Watch Transforms Into Tiny Desk Clock
I’m absolutely in love with these cool metal robot watches. Not only can you wear them on your wrist, they pop out of the band to become mini-clocks you can put on your desk. Each of the little guys has flexible metal arms, and a little pair of “headphones” on top of his head that come in handy if you want to hang it from a pendant or a keychain.

Best Hard Disk Clock Ever

Best Hard Disk Clock Ever
In my travels, I’ve seen a few clocks made from old hard drives. They’re typically made by stripping out the guts of an old hard drive, slapping a cheap $2 clock mechanism through the platters, then call it a day.

Nixie Clock Knocked Off in LCD

Nixie Clock Knocked Off in LCD
For some reason, clock makers keep trying to bring back the magic of Nixie tubes without using any of the actual tubes. First, we had the LED “Nixie” Clock, and now we get this cheapo version that uses LCDs instead.

Clock Reminds You It’s Time to Shop

Clock Reminds You It’s Time to Shop
These clever little clocks from Rie Isono of Japan’s Pear Design Studio look like shopping bags. Each one has a handle built in to the case so you can carry it anywhere you go. The little shopping bag clocks are sold under the brand name “innocent” and come in four stylish color combinations.

The Real Planetary Clock

The Real Planetary Clock
A while back, I told you about a little solar system clock from Japan. It didn’t accurately represent the positions of the planets or anything but the time of day (and I’m not even sure it did that right).

Lexon Status Wall Clock: Information Overload?

Lexon Status Wall Clock: Information Overload?
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. 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.

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