Another stylish wall clock; the Oblong Gear Clock. A column of exposed, rotating gears with an hour-marked strip of glass which also protects curious little fingers. Nice!
Dimensions: 21.5" x 8"
Z Gallerie: Oblong Gear Clock ($125.00)
This is the Timesphere Clock by Gideon Dagan and its main feature is of course the tiny red ball marking the seconds. Simple and minimalistic but with a twist.
MoMA Store: Timesphere Clock ($50.00, $10 off for members)
Here’s the Self-Setting Atomic Projection Clock. A black, cubic alarm clock featuring both easy-to-read digits on a green, LED-backlit display as well as soft, red numbers projected on the wall, ceiling or any nearby flat surface.
As the name implies this atomic clock is self-setting, meaning it’ll communicate with the US Atomic clock to make sure it’s set correctly and automatically adjust for annoyances like Daylight Saving Time.
Here’s the Retro Flip Down Clock. An internal gear-operated 12-hour AM/PM shiny metal desk clock that’ll make sure you get that retro, airport feeling every time it switches minutes or hours.
Here’s the Daylight Projection Clock with Outdoor Temperature Display, a stylish little thing that’ll project the precise atomic time and temperature on any surface and by automatically adjusting the strength of the projection it’ll work in any lighting conditions.
It comes with an alarm too, just wave your hand in front of it to shut it off.
Here’s the Space Invaders Alarm Clock, available in shiny white, blue and black. I’m sorry to say that you can’t play the game on it (or even need to play it a bit to shut it down in the morning), but it still looks good.