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Philips DC6210/37 Flip-down Kitchen Clock Radio

Posted in Philips by Conner Flynn on April 25th, 2011

Here’s an interesting kitchen accessory for those who spend a lot of time preparing meals. The Philips DC6210/37 flip-down kitchen clock radio lets you listen to your favorite music while you toil away over a hot stove.

It is designed especially for the kitchen so it is easy to clean and comes with a built-in kitchen timer. The Philips DC6210/37 also features a docking station for your iPod and iPhone. Martha Stewart would love this.

Atomic Pinball Clock

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on January 16th, 2011

A guy named Mark Gibson has put an atomic clock inside a pinball machine, making one of the coolest clocks ever. It’s a WWVB atomic clock using a pinball machine marquee. What used to be the score is now the time, with atomic clock accuracy.

The downside is that it makes a lot of noise. If you want to build one, Mark has detailed instructions for building the atomic pinball clock here. It is a difficult build, but worth it.

Moshi Voice Control Reflection Clock

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2010

There have been many times that I wished I could yell at the clock to turn off the alarm, but sadly it doesn’t work that way. However, Moshi, a company known for their voice recognition technology has just made their Moshi Voice Control Reflection Clock available for purchase. I can’t wait to tell it to shut the hell up.

This clock features eleven voice activated functions that can be customized, with commands for setting the time and alarm, snoozing, getting the outside temperature, and recording an 8 minute memo. The Moshi Voice Control Reflection Clock is just $59.95.

Order in Chaos clock is hard to read and cool at the same time

Posted in Clocks by Shane McGlaun on September 27th, 2010

We have seen our share of strange clocks around there and typically, when we are talking timepieces they are wristwatches from Tokyoflash or some similar purveyor of odd watches. This wall clock is from a designer that was looking to make a statement about the order in chaos.

The clock has the numbers you expect to see around the clock face, but those numbers are broken into bits. As the hour gets closer, the numbers slowly take more from until you can read them. The single hand in the center of the clock is for minutes.

Oregon Scientific Maranello Ferrari Speedometer Line Projection Clock

Posted in Oregon Scientific by Conner Flynn on September 14th, 2010

Make your room all vroom vroom with the Oregon Scientific FSP301A-K Maranello Ferrari Speedometer Line Projection Clock. It features an eye-safe LED projector that will rotate 180 degrees with focus adjustment. It will also deliver the weather forecast with weather icons and the time can be set by synchronizing the clock and calendar to the official U.S. atomic clock via radio frequency broadcast.

The alarm sound is also selectable between a Ferrari racing engine sound or a standard beep alarm. Sadly no peeling out sound. The Oregon Scientific Maranello Ferrari Speedometer Line Projection Clock will cost you $154.99.

Boston Acoustics Solo II AM/FM Radio with Clock

Posted in Radio by Conner Flynn on July 27th, 2010

If you are looking for a new radio, Amazon has started selling the Boston Acoustics Solo II which features an AM/FM tuner with 20 AM/FM station presets. It’s a high performance 3.5-inch full-range speaker with BassTrac audio processing for rich, clean bass all around.

There’s also an auxiliary input for your iPod and other portable media devices. The rotating clock face lets you place it just about anywhere as well.

Logic3 i-Station TimeCube Clock Radio for iPhone and iPod

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 17th, 2010

Check out these funky looking clock radios from Logic3. The i-Station TimeCube clock radio is compatible with the iPhone and iPod touch and will recharge them when docked. You have your choice of three different alarm functions: A buzzer, an FM radio with six programmable preset stations, or songs played from your iPhone/iPod.

The i-Station TimeCube clock radio also sports snooze and sleep functions, a built-in LED clock with adjustable dimmer levels, and a 3.5mm line-in port for connecting other MP3 players.

Moshi Voice Control Digital Clock Radio now available

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2010

If we want the future to be more Star Trek like, then we need more gadgets that respond to voice commands. So Moshi is helping to deliver that future, with the announcement of the availability of its new Voice Control Digital Clock Radio.

Just say “Hello Moshi”, and it will activate eleven voice control commands which include playing the radio, setting the time, setting the alarm, and even snooze. It’s currently available for $69.99. Make it so.

Elements Water Powered Clock

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on April 26th, 2010

If you want to go green, but aren’t sure where to start, maybe you can start with this alarm clock. It doesn’t use any electricity and it’s not solar powered. Instead, it runs on the power of water.

In fact, this clock runs on water for 1.5 weeks without having to refill the water tubes. It would make a great conversation piece and you’ll know that you are doing your part for the environment. Just in case you forget to water it, it also has a backup cell battery.

Twitwee Clock combines tweets with a Cuckoo clock

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on April 22nd, 2010

We’ve seen quite a few cuckoo clocks over the years, but nothing like this twitter clock. It’s called the Twitwee Clock, built by Haroon Baig. It uses an Arduino and an LCD to display incoming tweets, along with an old fashioned mechanical cuckoo to notify you of the Tweets.

If you get a ton of tweets, that could get annoying very fast. Sadly there are no plans for building your own, but if you are the industrious sort, you can probably find a way.

Art Lebedev’s laser beam Reflectius clock

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on April 11th, 2010

Is this thing a clock for a stealth fighter. Nope. Just the latest concept from the folks over at Art Lebedev. The design is awesome as usual. It’s a laser beam clock called Reflectius.

In all, sixty rotating mirrors redirect a beam of light just to tell you what time it is. We hope that this one gets produced for real, because frankly it’s the coolest clock we’ve seen in some time. Even if it would likely cost a lot of dough.

The Shining Cuckoo Clock

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on March 14th, 2010

Cuckoo clocks are fun and amusing. At least they used to be. Not anymore. Not with this Cuckoo clock. This clock is all about the creepiness. It’s a miniature diorama of the “Heeere’s Johnny!” scene from The Shining. No little Cuckoo bird here, though.

Instead you get Jack Nicholson breaking through the door saying “Heeere’s Johnny!”. Shelly Duvall is also there, with a bad case of buttaface, letting out a scream. This happens every hour until you never want to see the movie again.

Awesome Space Invaders clock

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on March 8th, 2010

Check out this amazing Space Invaders clock. Space Invaders may have been released about six years after Pong, that doesn’t mean that this Space Invaders clock uses newer technology than the Adafruit Pong Clock that has been circulating.

The two clocks actually share the very same guts inside, but the Space Invaders clock has updated firmware. This is one of the coolest Space Invaders clocks we’ve seen. I’d wake up to that. The fight between man and alien never looked so cool.

Strobeshnik HDD clock

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on March 8th, 2010


We love unusual clocks around here and this one from Russian designer Viacheslav Slavinsky is certainly awesome. This must be the Rolls-Royce of hand-made gadget clocks.

By replacing the disc stack with a single disc that has the numbers punched into it, it shows the time by illuminating the numbers with LED panels from behind. The effect is just plain awesome. There are so many neat clocks like this, I can’t believe that anyone still has just a boring plain wall clock.

Art Lebedev’s Segmentus clock is digital with analog hands

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on March 5th, 2010

The guys over at Art Lebedev Studio have just unveiled their latest conceptual design and all we can ask is just what are these guys smoking? Don’t get us wrong, we love everything they come up with, we just don’t know how they contnue to think this stuff up.

The Segmentus clock has hands just like an analog clock, it just has like 30 of them working together to produce a digital time reading.