Craft & Consumption

Friday, August 31, 2012

Etsy Pick: Tick-Tock

I've been looking for a charming alarm clock to grace my bedside table. For the past 10 years I've woken up to a Bose stereo and still continue to jam out every morning with my Bose. However the old Bose clock has been relocated across the room and I have a tough time reading it with my terrible vision. I want something smaller right next to the bed, something designed well that makes me feel lovely right from the start of the day (and lets me read it easily!). Here are my top picks from the vintage side of Etsy:

**Not functioning, cannot keep time anymore. 

Do you have any great resources for vintage alarm clocks? 

1 comment:

  1. Great idea, plus it's nice to have a mechanical clock as a backup in case the power ever goes out.I have an old Westclox "Big Ben" that I bought new 20 years ago & it still keeps good time. The advantage to that type is that whoever manufactures them now has pretty much kept to the original design. Interestingly enough I've seen a lot of similar clocks at tag sales & white elephant flea markets. End of Summer is a good time for those so you may want to keep an eye out for some in the weekend newspapers.