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The MintyTime Clock Kit is a fun way to add a binary clock to almost any container. It’s intended to be housed in a mint tin, such as the classic Altoids tin, but it looks great in almost any container, from a custom-designed, laser-cut enclosure to an old wooden recipe box.


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  1. RAUL RENDON on said:

    I LOVE ANY KIND OF CLOCKS, I HAVE TRANSFORMED SOME ON WRIST WATCH,
    THAT”S TO BE MORE GEEK..

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  3. UnicycleDan on said:

    Has anyone tried converting to solar power with rechargeable batteries? Since rechargeables only come in 1.2 Volt increments, can these clocks run on 3.6 V, or is that too high and I should keep it at 2.4?