'Laser' Clock is Misnamed, Lame

Here's an LED-lit keychain device that lets you project an image of the time of day. Curiously named a Laser Clock, there aren't really any lasers involved, according to a nice guy we talked to at the product's distributor, Dynamism. In fact, there's no laser inside this little device at all, and it's only able to project an image a mere 12 inches away. Just thought you'd like to know what you'd be getting for your $29.

When we saw the term "laser clock" bandied about, we had visions of projecting a super-sharp laser image of 4:20 a half a mile away, onto that big water tower way over there. Or maybe equipping the device with a Batman pattern and projecting it onto the clouds above. This is not that. Laser clock? Hardly.

'Laser' Clock is Misnamed, Lame

'Laser' Clock is Misnamed, Lame

'Laser' Clock is Misnamed, Lame

'Laser' Clock is Misnamed, Lame

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