All the spinning gears are on a separate motor den the clock. So there is no way to hurt yourself.
Also looks cool, but keeps time terribly.
Eh, reviews are mixed on accuracy. I was surprised to read that all the gears are plastic!
Seeing as its likely just a giant quarts clock, accuracy lies in consistent manufacturing of the gear train. I imagine most of the clocks keep time just fine.
The worst camera work I've ever seen. How can someone screw up something so badly, op?
130 dollars. Saved you a click.
I have one of these, and never had to adjust the time, except for when the battery needed a replacement. Even then, you can just lift the large gear up and place it at the right spot.
Where can I get one?
Stores usually do
That's what happens when you won't spring for a good director and a decent steadicam rig. Little known fact: Steadicams were invented for clock exposed gear shots.
Have one as well... never put batteries in the damn thing. It's right twice a day. 6am and 6pm!
Who the fuck has D batteries layout around?
A quick Google search reveals https://homeloo.com/product/calendar-gear-wall-clock-black/?v=7516fd43adaa
This camerawork grinds my gears
Well I mean if you want to keep super accurate time down to the second, use your phone. Wall clocks are like 75% decoration nowadays.
So little known in fact, that you appear to be the only person who knows this.
Get out of here troll
Just got back from The Gap. Not a single D battery.
It's made out of plastic according to another comment
If it's good material i think it's worth it, the one in the link actualy looks a bit nicer with seconds and minutes too
Edit: was incorrect it's the date it displays witch is interesting
You'd probably stop the gears if you did, it's not like the clock needs a real hefty motor.