Previous clock projects

Previous clock projects

The Topsy Turvy clock is not my first clock project, however it is my most complex. When I was younger, I made three other clocks, these all used purchased clock modules with a custom face. The first was made for

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Silly Clock

Silly Clock

Whilst watching the Mr Silly, Mr Men episode on TV, I noticed he had a rather splendidly silly clock. Research I was having a think and concluded that such a clock could be made and could also be designed to

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Clocks on Bond Street

Clocks on Bond Street

When you walk down the street do you look in the shop windows or at your phone (or feet)? If you are walking down Bond Street it’s worth looking up as above many of the shops in a range of

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John Wilding Clocks Auction

John Wilding Clocks Auction

John Wilding is downsizing his house and is offering up a selection of his clocks for auction. John’s clocks have been exhibited at various model engineering exhibitions and he’s written many books on the subject. He’s even ventured into Meccano

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Ball Clocks

Ball Clocks

I’ve always held a facination for ball clocks, they are not known to be particularly accurate timekeepers but the movement of the balls facinates me. I particularly like watching them when they got to 12:59 when all the balls reset

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Interesting Clocks from Wired

Interesting Clocks from Wired

Whilst researching amazing mechanical devices I stumbled across a selection of interesting clocks and watched in Wired Magazine. The first was this amazing watch by Vianney Halter and Jean-Fran├žois Ruchonnet. The watch makes a feature of a very old design

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