The Wooden Clock

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I think the front panel (or maybe the whole thing) is translucent fibreglass which allows light to shine through one side - so you can see out from the inside but not vice versa. Pretty trendy though.
 
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Woah, that is leet! D:
 
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How does a block of wood look Swedish?
 
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Ravendust said:
I think the front panel (or maybe the whole thing) is translucent fibreglass which allows light to shine through one side - so you can see out from the inside but not vice versa. Pretty trendy though.
².. But basicly that's how it works anyway (I have the same thing but in metal)
 
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Maybe its just me, but I dont think a clock like that is worth the full $178.70

But then again, maybe its just me.
 

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Remedyz said:
Maybe its just me, but I dont think a clock like that is worth the full $178.70

But then again, maybe its just me.
... It's a very nice clock. I'd say 178 is a bargan.

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Well, mine was about €60-70, I'm pretty sure I can transform that into a wooden block (just hollow it out and throw in all the stuff (and be sure to not damage the tiny plastic/plexi layer)
 

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