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Tell O’Clock by D. Robbins & Co.

(c. 2003) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

I know not to buy the cheap imports from India, but sometimes you forget and a product looks nice on a web page … This clock actually looks ok when you receive it. But it’s really not a practical implementation. You can hear something turning when you turn the clock hands (that is not the hands) and if you put it on a table the box actually moves!

It was cheap and a good reminder that quality comes at a price. In this case the price is a totally unusable effect!

Effect: Guess the time, set on the clock or predict and set the clock to any time to be thought of by anyone in the audience. Clever mechanical item. No batteries or electronics. The operation is under your control, with no chance of failure. 6″ x 6″ x 2″.

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Approx. Price: $25.00 (2004) ***

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1 review for Tell O’Clock by D. Robbins & Co.

  1. Andy Martin

    Note to self, Cheap is Bad!

    Ok I know not to buy the cheap imports from India, but sometimes you forget and a product looks nice on a web page …

    This clock actually looks ok when you receive it. But it’s really not a practical implementation. You can hear something turning when you turn the clock hands (that is not the hands) and if you put it on a table the box actually moves!

    It was cheap and a good reminder that quality comes at a price. In this case the price is a totally unusable effect!

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