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July 23, 2013 AT 7:02 am

LED Pocket Watch

LED Pocket Watch via Hack a Day.

It has 12 LEDs to show the hour, 60 LEDs to show the minute, and 60 LEDs to show the second. The LEDs are arranged in three rings. There is a button on the top to activate the pocket watch, and a button on the back to change modes and settings. The battery is a rechargable lithium ion coin cell battery and it is charged from a micro USB connector. This pocket watch also features a buzzer and a vibration motor, which are used for the alarm feature, and the motor causes a short “tick” as each second passes by. The pocket watch is constructed of a PCB, two pieces of laser cut clear acrylic plastic, and a 3D printed casing.


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