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We've seen a lot of DIY clock mods in the past, but the Lunchtime Clock has to be the most useless. It's great in theory: the thing speeds up 20 percent starting at 11AM and slows down twenty percent at 11:48AM. So, at 11:48AM the clock reads noon, and by 1:00PM it's back in sync, giving you an ext...

January 19th 2011 at 7:44pm 0 Comments
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Ever wonder why you can't find a clock that looks more like a 1970s amplifier? If you answered yes to that question, and don't mind throwing down wads of cash for novelty timepieces, then McIntosh's MCLK12 is right up your alley. The makers of high-end audio gear have produced a clock that's in kee...

January 11th 2011 at 3:37pm 0 Comments
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Instructables user grybaz has joined a special crew today with his masterful design, and that would be the oft-unappreciated DIY clock crowd. By utilizing a drill, screwdriver kit, pliers, a basic quartz clock movement and a dozen or so old hard drives, he was able to piece together something truly...

November 9th 2008 at 10:14am 0 Comments
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While we've seen clocks that do a whole lot more than tell time, and some that just stick to what they do best, it's good to see a fresh approach to the age old cuckoo clock. Although the Digital Stag won't play your MP3s, allow for a quick Pong matchup, or even wake you up at a specified time, Fly...

August 15th 2006 at 6:01pm 0 Comments