Googie & Art Deco Style
Handcrafted with Unique Materials
Teak and the Coolest Vintage Tech
From a time when humankind thought about whimsical inventions, robots, spaceships and time travel; comes the inspiration to create “The Electromechanical Flip Clock”. Our design team took cues from the Googie Style architecture and the Mid Century Modern furniture to create Gort, Bors and Trol. Three artifacts that will take you to a bygone era.
These designs which seems to be found in the Jetsons house in Orbit City will be a conversation piece wherever you put them. Be prepared to be amazed with the cuteness and geekiness of these artifacts.
And because good design does not only need to look amazing, they have tilted displays so they are easy to read while sitting on a desk.
The Electromechanical Flip Clock
Flip Technology with Retro Aesthetics
The Jetsons Flip Clock
The “Jetsons” Flip Clock has the easiest-to-read display in the galaxy. The white big numbers on the dark background are a thrill to see. They can be observed from every angle and at the distance as well.
We have incorporated a mechanical driver with a Quartz movement. The gear mechanism flips the minute’s paddles every 60 seconds!… This clocks is truly amazing!
This 12 hours AM/PM Flip Clock will look awesome on a desk, parlor, side table or hung on a wall, and no cables will bother you since it only requires a AA battery to work.
Keep in mind that the Flip Clock makes a slight noise and although It’s not an unpleasant sound, you will hear it in a quiet room. The clicking of the numbers marking time is part of the charm of this mechanical clock.
The Coolest Flip Clock in the Galaxy
About the Manufacturing Process
Carefully Handmade by Skilled Artisans
Our team of craftsmen work painstakingly to achieve a piece worthy of being exhibited. How?,you might ask… The process begins when they select beautiful wood grain Teak panels that are cut and adjusted to the required thickness. Then, the artisans glues and clamps each piece until they have a perfect fit. But it does not stop there; they thoroughly sand the enclosure using at least 4 different grits and they finish it by applying a coat of linseed oil to nourish and protects the wood.
When everything is silky smooth, we proceed to assemble the clock mechanism and we test each clock for several hours to ensure everything works properly.
Then, we carefully pack the Flip Clock so the numbers do not come out and to prevent scratches to the wooden case.