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Wind Up Olympic Countdown Clock

It’s a total wind up

Wind Up Olympic Countdown Clock

It’s a total wind up

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Tom Daley helps with the countdown

Tom Daley helps with the countdown

Count down to the biggest sporting event in the World’s calendar from the comfort of your couch with the Wind Up Olympic Countdown Clock. A perfect scale replica of the pointy-edged monolith currently ticking down in Trafalgar Square, this funky piece of memorabilia is a great way to show your support for the games. Just remember to wind it, or it’ll stop!

Every ten days the Countdown Clock will break the mounting tension with a helpful soundbite from British Olympic hopeful, Tom Daley. Whether it'll be a simple "Not long now..." or perhaps "Tom smell Gold!", we just don't know. Press the button on the base and he'll also speak the time out loud.

Boasting a digital clock, but traditional clockwork mechanism, this pint-sized curio will quietly tick off the days until the start of the 2012 Olympics. But what happens when the clock hits zero? Well, that would be giving the game away...

more info

  • Digital readout with traditional clockwork mechanism
  • Press button to hear British Olympic hopeful Tom Daley read the time
  • Audio reminder every ten days also by Tom Daley
  • Surprise "event" when the clock reaches 0
  • Do not store anywhere near flammable materials
  • Measures approximately 19cm(H) x 8cm(W) x 10.5cm(D)

Customer Reviews

As I already have the real Tom Daley in my house (he says the time whenever I poke him and gets a cookie if he does it in a particularly funny voice), I won't be needing this product. I can see how this might be useful to anyone who doesn't have the joy of holding Mr. Daley prisoner though!
Jake, Canterbury - 1st April 2011
I am seriously disappointed in this product, as soon as it reached 500 days 7 hours and six minutes it froze. Will not be purchasing another.
Seb, United Kingdom - 1st April 2011
Will this have any use as a normal after the Olympics?
Chris, Northampton - 1st April 2011
Just ordered mine! WOW to think I can have Tom Daley in my own room!
Vincent Willcox, Ipswich - 1st April 2011
The fact that its called a wind up and it costs 2012 kinda gives it away lol. Again nice try.
Daniel, Manchester - 1st April 2011
Does it run out of power after 24 hours like the real one?
Jack Frost, Glasgow - 1st April 2011

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