With graduations happening all around us and Father's Day coming on June 20th we have a lot to think about as far as gift giving goes. How about something unique and fun that they can use every day. How about a very unique alarm clock.
Watt Time has come up with a fantastic replica of a light bulb and made it into a wonderful alarm clock and artwork at the same time. Watt Time is constructed out of durable high-gloss plastic, which allows the digital time display to shine through the bulb's outer wall. A bright blue LED display illuminates the time and date and an easy to use snooze button is located on the top of the bulb. All the needed buttons are located on the back of the clock so they are out of site and do not mess with the unique appearance of the clock. The Watt Time is available at quirky for $24.99.
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