Introduction: How to Make Your Own Lego Clock

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This Instructable will show you how to make your own clock on the cheap.



This is what it should look like in the end

Step 1: What You Will Need

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Materials:
1. Lego
2. Watch Battery
3. Clock
4. Electric Tape
5. Scissors

Step 2: Attaching the Clock to the Battery

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First you are going to need to attach the two wires coming out of the clock to the watch battery. You can keep them attached to the battery with the electric tape.

Step 3: Making the Cast

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First you are going to make a cast like the one in the picture without the two thin 2 by 4 pieces.
Next you are going to need to place the watch part into the case. After put the two blue bricks on the sides so the watch cannot fall out.

Comments

kingofthebacon (author)2010-01-16

dude this is a watch not a clock duh

dark sponge (author)2009-07-17

"I don't know, it's not like I have something that can tell time" "You only need a few things... something that can tell time..." If you don't have something that can tell time, how do you make this?

tunkymunky (author)dark sponge2009-08-09

this instructable is more about the lego part so dont be too worried about how you make the clock

Lettucehead (author)dark sponge2009-07-19

That's the first thing I noticed... nice.

lemonie (author)2009-07-18

Can you operate the buttons? Buttons was one of the harder parts of the one I made

L

tunkymunky (author)lemonie2009-07-25

You cannot operate the buttons when in the case but it iis easy to take it out if you need to use them because it's just lego and it is easy to put back together.

lemonie (author)tunkymunky2009-07-25

Thanks for the information on that one. L

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