“CLOCKS AND WATCHES THAT TALK?” “WHY NOT.”. “SOUNDING THE TIME”. Since the earliest mechanical clock, sound has been an accompaniment to sight. Bells, chimes, cuckoos, gongs, trumpets, etc. announce the hour. Ship’s bells, town crier, call to prayer, mid-day cannon, church bells, etc.
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“CLOCKS AND WATCHES THAT TALK?” “WHY NOT.”
1895- Sivan of Geneva creates the first miniature application of Edison’s phonograph in a talking pocket watch.
The hard rubber disc has 48 grooves corresponding to the twelve hours and thirty six quarters. A press of the button starts the disc rotating and the stylus transfers the vibration from the disc to the membrane on the rear of the case to create the sound !
Melbourne & Sydney 1954
Assmann digital speaking clock
(providing the battery doesn’t go flat)
A sleek, modern silver talking clock with the most up-to-date functions as well as snooze.
Press the button on the top or on the small remote to hear the time, the date or the indoor temperature.
Very pleasant female voice.
Remote has a 7.5 metre range (note: remote is very small).
Tower is 190mm H x 75mm W x 38mm D. Base is 100mm W x 60mm D.
White face with black numbers
Atomic function assures accurate time
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