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A new mod for an old favorite.
You'll need a(n); cheapo clock, battery for clock, Altoids Sours tin,Awl, and packing cardboard( the thin stuff) for a spacer.
Eat all the Altoids and use the awl to punch a hole towards the bottom of the O (in the center).
Cut two pieces out of the piece of card board and put them on the bottom of the tin.
Put in the clock.(duh) Then trim the hands of the clock so they are about; 1" for the second hand,3/4"for the minute hand and 5/8" for the hour hand.
You get the idea. Now for a vid.
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