Just like those popular wrist watches that we’ve seen from Kerala and others, you can now get a clock with the same kind of binary time display.
Basically you work out the time by adding the illuminated lights in each column (the bottom light in each column is worth 1, the second light up is worth 2, the third up is worth 4 and the fourth up is worth 8) or across each row (1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32). It’s easy after a few goes. Sort of.
Which looks something like this in a graphic way:
You have three different brightness levels to choose from and you can switch between a 12 and 24 hour format to display the current time.
The Designer Binary Clock ($123) is available in red or blue from Firebox.
Hi, what does the top row show?
It allows you to read the time in BCD mode…follow the link to Firebox, they explain it there.