Retro video game fans will love this clock which displays animated pixel art from the classic arcade game. Its 512 individual LEDs show the time along with pixel-perfect art of Pac-Man and his ghostly nemeses. Officially licensed by Bandai Namco. Measures 7.8″w x 4.2″h x 2″d.
Instead of a screen or hands, this Swiss-made digital clock tells the time by embossing the digits on its rubber surface, which turns flat once again in a few seconds. You can make the numbers appear every 30s or whenever the clock detects noise.
A modern take on the old 1970s mechanical flip-dial alarm clocks. The animated LCD face mimics the flip design, but eliminates mechanical issues and the ticking sound which could keep light sleepers awake. It’s also got a super loud alarm that’s sure to wake you up.
Artist Felix Vorreiter’s unusual timepiece uses a single, long piece of string that feed through a series of pulleys. The rope is marked with dots which align to display the current time. The current clock only has 120 minutes of string, as it would take about 4000ft to cover a full day.
SensorWake is an alarm clock that can wake you up within two minutes by diffusing scents. Each scent cartridge can be used 60 times and is 100% recyclable. Scents include espresso, mint and the almighty dollar.
If you admire angles, you’ll enjoy having this nifty clock by David Dear for Kikkerland on your desk. The red indicator line shows hours and minutes, and since it also reminds us of a cocktail glass, you’ll probably be looking at it when it’s 5pm.
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