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Posts Tagged ‘Retro’

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Retro Flip Down Clock

Saturday, February 23rd, 2013

modern-flip-down-clockWatch time flip away with these modernized flip down clocks. Inspired by the retro clocks that had flip down hour and minute displays, these modern versions were designed with ‘outside the box’ thinking, ditching the container box and giving the clock an exposed form.

Available from Amazon.com for $35.15 USD

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iPaperPad 3 Pad Pack – a paper pad not an iPad

Friday, February 15th, 2013

poor-mans-ipadWant to own an iPad but don’t have the cash to purchase one? Now you can be the proud owner of the original iPad – the notePad! This poor man’s iPad sports a minimalistic design with intuitive user controls and uses paper thin materials for extreme light weight mobility.

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Greedy iPhone Case

Sunday, February 6th, 2011

Do you have a lot of banking and stock trade apps on your iPhone4? Is the iPhone 4 just too modern for you? Do you think greed is good? If you answer yes to those questions than this Gordon Gekko-style iPhone case was made for you.

While the case from Mobile Phone Massif is not currently shipping, expected in March 2011, MTV Geek is keeping tabs on it. Check their site for more information.

[Available for ~$20 via MTV Geek]

Dharma Initiative Alarm Clock

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

The Dharma Alarm clock from the TV Show LOST features an Apple ][ style keyboard so you can enter the infamous series of numbers to stop the clock. If you don't enter them in time, well, I think you know what will happen. You will have a one minute one-minute warning before the electromagnetic cataclysm mode starts.

Features include:

  • 4 Digit Display
  • 8 Color paint scheme
  • 15 component clock movement
  • You can set it up to 16 minutes before your normal wake-up time
  • A 23 Year warranty
  • Retro 42-character green display

[$50 from Think Geek]

4N-MVT01/D01/42

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

What is in a name? For the “4N-MVT01/D01/42″ French watch designer Francois Quentin, set out to design an easy to read display with display digital time through a mechanical analog function. Three numeric discs will rotate to display the time using big and easy to read yellow/orange numbers. Below the display of the watch is the mechanical movement with exposed gears and sprockets. The manufacturer run will be limited to only 16 pieces. Pricing is unknown, but with this limited run, price won’t be your biggest concern.


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