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Vintage explosion-proof wall clock is safest way to keep time

Your home is filled with the most notorious kids, who have damaged more furniture and clocks than you have even been able to buy. What? You even bought a rugged timepiece home and that didn’t survive the brutality too? Well, its time then that you take home the vintage explosion-proof wall clock for $1,200. Built by Crouse-Hinds in the 1950s, the clock is designed in heavy-duty component such as vapor-resistant mechanisms and a shatterproof screw and is good to remain safe in the most volatile environments such as in mines and grain processing factories.

Weighing at 40 pounds G-Shock of sorts for the wall is the best clock for you if you have destructive kids at home or love all things robust.

Via: GearPatrol/Gizmodo

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