80's Cube Clock
Twist the top to display clock, alarm, calendar, and temperature.
Radical! The bodacious 80's Cube Clock will surely bring back fond memories of DeLoreans, Gremlins, and Strawberry Shortcake. Styled after the mind-boggling Rubik's Cube, this clock changes modes when you rotate the top. The Cube Clock features the following modes: clock, alarm, calendar (displays date as well as the day of the week), and temperature (Celsius and Fahrenheit). Totally righteous!
Features & specs
- 3" cubed
- Clock, alarm, calendar, and temperature modes
- Rotate top to switch between modes
- Requires 1 AA battery (not included)
- Totally radical 80's clock!
Cube Clock is simple, retro fun!
There are some clocks these days that are so overly complicated or so "design-cool" (we're looking in your direction, binary watch - yes, a watch that displays the time in the 1s and 0s of computer language) that it takes five minutes just to figure out how to read the time. Not so with the Cube Clock!
The Cube Clock's large LCD screen is easy to read and when you want to change modes, all you have to do is twist the top.
With only four easily-discernable modes, you'll never be confused as to whether you're setting the clock, the alarm, or the date. Speaking of setting the time - that's easy, too. Simply press the "up" and "down" buttons. We actually think that's a great feature. Who hasn't been frustrated by a clock that only adjusts upward? You're trying to set the time back two minutes, but you end up having to press the button 58 times. No more with the Cube Clock!
Calendar mode toggles between displaying the date and the day of the week.
Temperature mode shows you the current temperature in Fahrenheit or Celsius.
Twist the top to alarm mode to display the current alarm's time.
Clock mode, as you can guess, displays the current time.
This product has been discontinued. Frown face!
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