With a lofty goal of raising $US40,000 to finance the project, they hope to then sell the clocks for around $US500. It’s a wonder they plan on selling any clocks at all at those prices, but loyal fans of their watches probably won’t think much of whacking down five notes for a limited edition clock.
Nooka Wants To Strap An Oversized Watch Onto Your Wall And Call It A Clock
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