St. Louis Aerial Clock Radio brings 1920s airplane cockpit aesthetic to your bedside table, Discuss this on Boing Boing Gadgets
Absolutely gorgeous. The St. Louis Aerial Clock Radio apes the cockpit control mechanisms of a 1920s airplane, with four separate digital windows displaying the time like an altometer. But that's about it: it's merely a radio and alarm clock, without even a line-in jack or iPod dock connector. £49.95
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