Aurora Clock – LED reinvention

Chris Davies - Aug 24, 2006

Although originally a 70s icon, the Aurora Clock – in all its colour-changing, chromed glory – would still fit nicely in any minimalist bachelor pad.  So it’s a slice of lovely goodness that clever technical wizzards ChronoArt, who now own the rights to manufacture the clock, have brought it happily up to date with far-more-reliable LEDs (the old clocks had a habit of fading into sepia blobbiness, apparently).  They also have a variety of similarly hypnotic colour-changing clocks based on the Aurora’s guts.

ChronoArt will be pleased to sell you a new Aurora or, if you’re lucky enough to have an original, repair or upgrade it.  New they run to $399.  Another photo after the jump.

ChronoArt [via Cool Hunting]

Aurora (green)

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