IBM Resurrects Its Iconic 1960s Wall Clock
IBM has teamed up with American company Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co. to bring back its classic IBM indicator clocks—commonly found in offices, warehoues and schools throughout the mid-20th century.
Hand assembled in Oregon, the clock is constructed with a spun steel case and domed glass lens.
The dial features an original graphic treatment, circa 1947. It is operated by a Quartz movement with a red, continuous sweep second hand.
Nostalgia comes at a high price though—the clock retails for US$235 here.
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