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KARLSSON Flip Wall Clock NO CASE Black - Wall & Table Clock


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Steel, plastic
36 x 14 x 8,5 cm
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The Netherlands/PRC
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Retro clock 'Flip No Case' black by Karlsson

Discover the Karlsson 'Flip No Case' Clock in Black/Chrome, a Box32 Design masterpiece that merges mid-twentieth-century style with modern technology. This iconic flip clock, part of Karlsson's celebrated Flip series, features an automatic time-flipping mechanism, reminiscent of classic split-flap displays. It's not just a clock, it's a slow journey through time. Its unique mechanism and calm design invite you to experience time in a visually engaging and tactile manner.
This versatile clock can seamlessly transitions from a captivating wall decoration to an impressive table centerpiece. The Karlsson Flip Clock is perfect as a statement piece for any decor and will be a precious and "timeless" gift, as it combines vintage allure with modern functionality.
It is crafted from durable steel, enhanced with polished chrome accents and finished with elegant black numerals. The  digits fold automatically, offering a visual treat reminiscent of classic split-flap displays.
Elevate your space with a blend of history, art, and innovation—order the Karlsson 'No Case' Flip Clock online at The Design Gift Shop and relish in the enduring elegance it brings.

Dimensions and features of the Karlsson flip clock without case in chrome and black (KA5601BK)

  • Chromed steel structure
  • Black number leaves
  • Dimensions: 36 x 14 x 8.5 cm
  • Battery: 1x D (not included)

A bit of history

Flip clocks are truly marvels of mechanical design. The genesis of the vintage flip clock can be traced back to the late 19th century, thanks to the inventive prowess of Austrian engineer Josef Pallweber. Yet, it wasn't until more than 70 years later that these clocks gained widespread popularity when Sony incorporated the mechanism into the world's first flip clock radio. This sparked a new retro flip clock trend that thrived for two decades, but interest in flip clocks abruptly dwindled in the early 1980s. However, in a remarkable twist of design trends, flip clocks returned triumphant in 2005 as cherished retro design elements, once again captivating a broad audience.


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The Netherlands

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