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Tag: Clock

Metro Retro LED Dot Clocks

Metro Retro LED Dot Clocks
These retro/mod LED clocks use an array of individual LEDs to form each digit on their display. Available from Japan’s ZakkaShop, the Metro LED DOT clock series comes in red, green or amber varieties. Available in either horizontal desktop or vertical wall mount versions, the clocks retail for ¥7,800 (appx.

Hidden Spy Camera Alarm Clock

Hidden Spy Camera Alarm Clock
This alarm clock radio hides a dirty little secret beneath its innocent exterior. The clock has a tiny little wireless camera hidden in its face. Available for about $64 from wholesale importer ChinaVasion, the Hidden Camera Spy Clock has a full color camera that transmits to a remote receiver for recording whatever it spies.

Tubular Clock Tells Time With Words

Tubular Clock Tells Time With Words
Like Art Lebedev’s (vaporware) Verbarius clock, this unique timepiece uses words to describe the current time, rather than using numbers. Time is displayed on the Tubular Time Clock in phrases such as “quarter past four” and “five minutes past six” instead of the pedestrian “4:15” and “6:05.”

Shredder Disposes of Days Gone by

Shredder Disposes of Days Gone by
Designer Susanna Hertrich created this unique calendar that gradually rids itself of the previous day by shredding them into oblivion. The Chrono_Shredder combines a calendar, clock and shredder into a single device that gradually scrolls through the days, eating them away with the shredder.

See Through Clock Projects the Time

See Through Clock Projects the Time
Here’s another cool clock design from Japan’s I.D.E.A. International. This one lets you project a functional analog clock face onto any wall. The projection clock is housed in a see-through acrylic shell which shows off the unique optics and mechanical components that generate the clock image.

Lexon LCD Cube Clock Offers Time and Temp

Lexon LCD Cube Clock Offers Time and Temp
Lexon’s latest alarm clock has a nice sleek modern design, and shows not only the date and time, but the current temperature as well. Featuring a clean anodized aluminum body, the clocks each have an electroluminescent backlit LCD readout of pretty much everything you need to know at a glance.

Cool Blue LED Clock With Flipping Numbers

Cool Blue LED Clock With Flipping Numbers
Here’s another nifty LED clock out of Japan. This one features animated numbers that “flip” as each digit changes. The square blue LED pixels gradually change to the next number simulating a scrolling effect. It’s definitely a pretty large clock, measuring 17.7″(w) x 4.33″(h) x 2″(d), and is designed to be easily wall-mounted.

Radiosophy: HD Radio Price Gets Down to Earth

Radiosophy: HD Radio Price Gets Down to Earth
While HD Radio hasn’t really caught on too broadly yet, one company is seeking to accelerate things by launching the first HD Radio receiver under $100. At just 99 bucks, the HD100 Radio from radiosophy costs about half of the price of the current bottom-of-the-line models.

Mirror Image Clock Reflects the Time

Mirror Image Clock Reflects the Time
Here’s another cool LED clock out of Japan. This one starts out with inverted LED segments, reflected onto a mirrored surface hovering above the surface. The Dancing on the Water clock by YOnoBI has a highly reflective lacquered steel finish that makes it looks like the current time is floating in the air.

Rosendahl LCD Alarm Clock by Flemming Bo Hansen

Rosendahl LCD Alarm Clock by Flemming Bo Hansen
Some of the best in modern, minimal design comes out of Scandanavia, and this little alarm clock from Dutch designer Flemming Bo Hansen is no exception. The Rosendahl Alarm Clock features a cool grey on black LCD readout and comes in a black polypropylene and steel case.

Planetary Orbit Clock

Planetary Orbit Clock
Here’s another interesting clock brought to us by Japanese online retailer Rakuten. This space-inspired table clock mimics planets in orbit to tell time. If you can make out the cryptic diagrams above, little metal planets orbit a larger central planet at the middle of the “universe.”

Retro Mod Round Dot LED Clocks From I.D.E.a.

Retro Mod Round Dot LED Clocks From I.D.E.a.
Cool LED clocks keep popping up on the radar lately, and this week I came across these nifty round LED alarm clocks out of Japan. Designed for I.D.E.A., the clocks feature round LED pixel dots instead of traditional segments, and look great in either brilliant blue or green variants (they also come in traditional red if you prefer.)

Alarm Clock Forces You to Save Money

Alarm Clock Forces You to Save Money
These wacky alarm clocks ensure that you’ll build up your savings by forcing you to put money in it before the alarm will shut off. The colorful cube clock will keep beeping incessantly each morning until you feed it some coins.

Giant Pixel LED Alarm Clock

Giant Pixel LED Alarm Clock
I’m not sure what my fascination is with LED clocks these days, but there’s just something appealing about their minimalism and sheer ease of use. So that said, here’s another one to check out if you’re in the market for a cool looking clock.

Sony Vaio Wa: Wireless Streaming Stereo

Sony Vaio Wa: Wireless Streaming Stereo
If you’re looking for an easy way to stream music from your PC to any room in your house, and don’t want a lot of unsightly equipment laying around, check out this new digital music streamer coming from Sony.

Single Digit LED Clock: Perfect for Cyclops

Single Digit LED Clock: Perfect for Cyclops
A while back I wrote about a deconstructed LED clock which breaks out the digits of the current time into four individual LED blocks. This new clock takes the idea in the opposite direction, by displaying all four digits on a single LED digit.

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