Russian industrial designer, Art Lebedev has introduced his latest creation, a clock that displays time using words rather than numbers or hands.
Lebedev’s Verbarius clock spells out the time using phrases like “fifteen minutes to five.”
Sure, there are plenty of cool modern digital clocks out there these days, but this one is so beautifully simple that you definitely should check it out.
The ZER00:00 clock is so minimal that it doesn’t even provide a way to set the time.
Bring out your inner Jack Bauer with this alarm clock import from Japan. Once the DangerBomb’s alarm goes off, you’ll need to quickly disconnect one of three color-coded wires to prevent the DangerBomb from “exploding.”
To keep you on your toes, the alarm will pick a random color coded wire that must be detached within a pre-set amount of time.
Those of us who can’t afford to have a real butler or personal assistant can now feel a little more wealthy each morning. With the Voco Clock, you can now be awakened by a daily affirmation from your own personal English manservant.
Renowned design shop LEXON has introduced their latest radio design, featuring looks inspired by the Apollo space capsule.
The appropriately named Apollo 2 digital AM/FM radio comes in a retro-modern package that would make NASA proud.
This cool new desktop alarm clock lets you integrate it into your environment by providing interchangeable fabric face panels.
The clock features a walnut wood and stainless steel case with a special frame that lets you easily replace the face with any fabric of your choice (it includes 3 swatches in the box for you to get started with.)
The About Time rolling clock from Dutch design firm Buro Vormkrijgers presents time in a truly graceful fashion.
The modern black clock gently rolls itself around your desktop, telling the time through a sentence emblazoned along the edge of the clock.
On the surface, the upcoming Luna from XtremeMac just looks like another pretty iPod dock. Under the hood, it’s going to offer a bit more.
Sure, the Luna IS an iPod dock with built-in amplified stereo speakers, but it’s also a highly configurable alarm clock too.
We’ve seen tons of retro LED clock designs emerge over the last couple of years, but this one takes the cake.
The $89 Open Edition LED Clock breaks the digits of the clock into four self contained displays (2″ x 1.5″ x 1.5″ each), attached by cables.
The new WACS7000 Streamium Wireless Music Center from Philips features a complete wireless music system in a sleek wall-mountable package.
The system includes built-in stereo speakers, a 40-watt per channel amp, a cd player and an 80GB hard drive for local storage of up to 1500 CDs.
Oregon Scientific, know for their typically utilitarian designs for weather and time gadgets went totally off the charts by hiring world reknown designer Stefano Giovannoni, to design this ultra-hip alarm clock with a great LED backlit display in a retro sci-fi font, and a nifty removeable wireless time projection sphere.
ThinkGeek is offering this really awesome LED clock. When turned off, looks like a solid block of wood. When turned on, the display illuminates behind a very thin wood veneer. Dimensions are 7″(w) X 4″(h) X 3.5″(d) and it retails for $149.99.