Darth Vader Japanese Desk Clock With What Has To Be The Smallest LCD Clock Ever Created

Darth Vader Japanese Desk Clock (Images courtesy ThinkGeek)
By Andrew Liszewski

If someone had a gun pointed at my head, demanding to know the time, and the only methods I had at my disposal were reading it off this Darth Vader Japanese Desk Clock, or somehow gauging it from the position of the sun and other stars in the sky, I’d definitely be reaching for my sextant. Because given the fact that Vader is 13-inches tall, reading that minuscule LCD display with the naked human eye is just not possible.

I don’t even know why they bothered adding a clock to the base anyways. If they had just left this is as a Darth Vader statuette, they could have easily charged way more than the $14.99 it’s currently on sale for at ThinkGeek. It’s definitely one of those instances where more is less. Oh and not surprisingly, it’s an officially licensed Lucasfilm collectible.

(And couldn’t they have just slightly adjusted the stance of Vader’s legs so the unsightly black support rod isn’t needed? I guess I’m just going to have to stop thinking about this… I’m choking on my own disgust here…)

[ Darth Vader Japanese Desk Clock ] VIA [ 7Gadgets ]

6 thoughts on “Darth Vader Japanese Desk Clock With What Has To Be The Smallest LCD Clock Ever Created”

  1. I'm definitely a fan of all things in miniature– like those little teeny bottles of Tabasco sauce you can get from hotels? You know what I mean? Man, I love those things! Anyway, that being said, this teeny tiny clock at the base doesn't really jive with me. Seriously– why even have it?

Comments are closed.