December 13, 2007

Life TIMER :

ime is so staggeringly elastic. The seconds of terrifying anticipation before your parachute opens stretch ahead of you like hours, the minutes before you have to get out of your warm bed to go to work flash by in a nanosecond. The Lifetimer clock lets you keep track of the important things in life in a wonderfully novel way. The clock face is surrounded by a collection of buttons relating to different aspects of your life, such as your next holiday, your next tea break, your birthday, the time you knock off from work, even the last time you had rumpy pumpy. Simply pressing any of these buttons will give you the number of hours, minutes and seconds you've got left (or that have passed in the case of some) till the event happens. Press, and it's only seven minutes and twenty seconds to your coffee break; press, and you've been in your current relationship for two years, three months, six days, ten hours, four minutes and twelve seconds, etc etc. It's a brilliant idea and great fun - in fact it's amazing quite how much time you can waste simply pressing the buttons to see how much time you're wasting. Watch the seconds left till you can go home from work tick away (backwards of course), or the days since you last made like a rabbit add depressingly up.

The Lifetimer - possibly the most interesting and interactive clock ever invented.


  • The Lifetimer keeps track of the important things in life, counting up or down to momentous events like 'home time'.
  • An option to set the clock to 12 or 24 hour clock.
  • A stopwatch function.
  • The Lifetimer counts the days until your Birthday, Christmas, next holiday, lunch hour, home time, the weekend, the event of your choice.
  • The Lifetimer times how long it has been since you started your job, began your relationship, last had sex.
  • The calendar stretches up to the year 2050.
  • The Lifetimer is an interactive little thing, pinging away with date reminders and scrolling

    messages across its back-lit LCD screen.
  • Ergonomically designed.
  • Powered with 2 x AAA batteries (not included).
  • Suitable for ages 12 years+.
  • Size: 8.5 x 9.4 x 8.5 cm.

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