Thursday, April 28, 2011


Here's the Purple Alarm Clock that goes with our post on The Perfect 70's Kid's room.  

This great 'low-tech' manual, wind-up alarm clock was made by the Bradley Clock Company in the 1970's.

This free-standing clock stood about 4.5 inches high and had glow-in-the-dark hands and hour markers.  

The alarm sounds with a brass clapper that strikes each bell on top of the clock.

Luckily, this feature can also be (manually) turned off by turning the clapper guard on the top - which is also how you turn off the alarm once it has sounded.

There's nothing like waking up to a fun, purple clock! 

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