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    A project for the craft fairs and such

    Retirement Clock

    Not my project so don't know if there is any mechanics inside or not.

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    I am sure there are more options out there but here is one where you can get a 7 day clock movement:
    http://www.klockit.com/products/dept-34__sku-DDDDB.html

    Now, who will be the first to build one?

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    That is a great "clock?" Being old, crochety, senile, stupid and a few other descriptive adjectives, I like it. I am always pulling out my cell phone to check the day of the week. I always know what time it is. My stomach says, "It's time to eat." or it stays quiet.

    I do like the "clock" it looks nice.

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    I like it. I suspect it'd sell well if marketed to the right folks.
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    Heck, As a 'work at home' type, That could come in real handy.

    Could even mark on it what days you need to shower on. The standard joke is the days of the week with a 'T' in them, unless you have to go to town.
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    I actually ordered a kit. I really like this idea.
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