World Time Clock (Images courtesy Oregon Scientific)
By Andrew Liszewski

Quick! What time is it in Paris right now? Well if you live anywhere but Paris, you probably had to hunt down an online world time clock, or switch to some widget to figure that out. But with this handsome World Time Clock from Oregon Scientific sitting in front of you, the answer would have been a simple twist away. The clock’s brushed metal dial can be turned to select one of the 12 major cities’ time zones (Paris included) which will then show their current time underneath your local time on the inverted LCD display. The clock will also automatically calculate and take daylight savings into account, and includes a basic alarm with snooze function.

Now the $49.99 that Oregon Scientific usually asks for this clock is kind of ridiculous, but it’s on sale at the moment for a slightly more reasonable $24.99.

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