D-Day Count Down Clock With Confusing Design

D-Day Count Down Clock (Images courtesy The Design Town)
By Andrew Liszewski

When it comes to functionality the D-Day Count Down Clock is kind of self-explanatory. It’s a clock that includes a large timer that can be programmed to ‘count down’ to a specific time/date/event that you’re anticipating. There’s even a series of suggested events you can wait for like “Lose 10 lbs in 100 days!” or “Santa Clause is comin’ to town!”

But when it comes to the design I have to admit I’m a bit confused. For some reason the clock is made to look like a film slate complete with a clapper arm at the top. While the website does make some vague reference to your life being like a movie I think someone just found an overturned truck filled with clapboards and decided to repurpose and sell them to the public. But as for how much they’re actually selling them for, I have no idea.

[ D-Day Count Down Clock ] VIA [ The Red Ferret Journal ]

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