Matching…Clock And Cloth

Setting a new style statement is this desktop alarm clock.

What is so stylish about it?

Well, for starters, it is in walnut wood veneer and stainless steel. Looks classy and it would sit pretty on any desk, be it in your office or bedroom. I can hear you going "ho...hum"...but hold on a minute longer.


Caught your attention finally...didn't I?

Designed by Lupus Sabene, the Fabric Clock will redefine fashion. You can keep customizing it to suit your mood. The face of the clock has a piece of fabric that you can keep changing...blues for Monday, stripes for Tuesday, and dots on Wednesday perhaps? You could even put in a left over swatch of the bedroom curtain. Great idea isn't it? The possibilities are endless. Your favorite T-shirt gone small, but you just don't want to part with it? Cut up a piece and put it on the clock. After all memories are timeless.

By now you would have got the idea. And I can see your eyes looking all over the room figuring out what to match with this awesome clock.

A few facts and figures.

The Fabric Clock is 210X105X150mm. It is soon to be launched by SuckUK and will be priced at $170. Three fabric swatches come included in the package.

Timeless fashion.

Aditi Simlai Tiwari
Lifestyle Writer
American Inventor Spot


Mar 14, 2007
by Anonymous (not verified)

Martha Stewart would

Martha Stewart would probably match her outfit to her clock.

Mar 15, 2007
by Anonymous Sal Block (not verified)

I Disagree

Since it is part stainless steel, I think Martha Stewart would be more likely to match it to the metal bars on her prison cell.  Oh, but the clock is really made of cloth-- in that case, I suppose Martha would use an orange and white striped pattern on the clock to match her prison jumpsuit.