Two New Faces of the Flip Clock: Free or Expensive?

Two New Faces of the Flip Clock: Free or Expensive?

Range Govindan
Sep 13, 2010

We've recently noticed two different implementations of the beloved FlipClock. One is for Mac computers and one is a real flip clock with the time in full text, setting it apart from some of the other flip clocks that we've seen. The real flip clock is cool, but given that Karlsson makes it, you can expect it to cost a pretty penny. The screen saver flip clock is free!

What is it about flip clocks that makes us like them so much? If we could, we'd have our screen saver running 24/7, but to be honest, we just switch off our monitors to conserve power when they aren't in use. That being said, we've noticed two new different flip clocks.

FlipClock Europe 0.5
This is a slightly different version than the one that everyone is used to. You can get it here. While a lot of different companies make a flip clock app, there are only a few that really look good on an iPhone, iPad, and Mac computer. This is one of them.

Karlsson Flip Clock
The Karlsson Flip Clock "speaks" a variety of languages, but we have to say that it could be fun getting a French or German one, just for the heck of it. This version has the time in long form, which is definitely something that's cool to look at. It's 31 inches long.

[via Stillsucht and Peter Hellberg]

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