Lego Wall Clock With Minifigures

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Welcome to my "ible" #34.

I've had the honour of receiving a "Like" from LEGO Group for this wall clock...

https://twitter.com/RCLoversan/status/100616184335...

that has been built using 8 train track plastic narrow curves

https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.p...

The Lego railway parts were in the Alien Mothership set...

https://brickset.com/sets/theme-space/subtheme-Ali...

and 32 Lego Minifigures (if you prefer, you can create a theme as a Star Wars, Marvel, Lego City, etc, etc.)

For the DIY wall clock movement, I've bought a cheap mechanism (£3.35/$4.42) from Banggood...

https://www.banggood.com/Large-Quartz-Wall-Clock-M...

Please note that this is a quartz movement, therefore you can barely hear it.

You also need 2 nails.

Step 1: Assembling the Lego Wall Clock Parts

This is a super-easy task.

Connect the 8 pieces of the train track and put the 32 Minifigures on every square of the railway.

Step 2: Assemble the DIY Wall Clock Movement

The mechanism comes with all the parts and instructions, therefore you are going to be able to assemble it in less than 5 minutes!

https://www.banggood.com/Large-Quartz-Wall-Clock-M...

Step 3: Put the Mechanism Inside the Lego Train Track

Put the mechanism at the centre of the Lego parts.

I used 2 nails: one for the railway and one for the wall clock.

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    SueMaryT

    4 months ago

    Oh My Goodness,

    This is fantastic! Love the simplicity of the make with the "spectacularity" of the result. I voted for you in the Clock competition and now I think I need to raid my daughter's Lego collection....

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