Verbarius Clock – is it time for a new clock?


Most of the time (pun not intended), we tell the time through a clock or watch as I do not know anyone who uses a sundial these days, and these tend to veer towards the digital or analog timepieces. How about a different take this time around? I am referring to the £149.99 Verbarius Clock, which does away with hands or numbers – in fact, you will just need your ears to be able to tell the time, and it does not matter if you do not speak English, as German, Spanish, French and Russian languages also come pre-loaded with the Verbarius Clock.

Not only that, other languages that can be downloaded include Belarusian, Dutch, Esperanto, Estonian, Finnish, German (Bern), Hungarian, Italian, Lettish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Slovenian, Swedish, Tatar, Turkish, Ukrainian, and Welsh. This particular timepiece comes with a tinted glass face and LCD display, showing off the time be using common phrases, allowing you to be punctual while getting your fair share of language practice.

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Wakeupcall Says: August 18, 2012 at 8:19 pm

Actually, most of the time (what pun?) we get the time (as well as the date & weather) from our mobile phone. Since I already pay through my nose for my cellphone plan, I am hardly likely to buy a £149.99 clock. Sorry, but these are the facts.

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