“Hey! It’s time to wake up! Don’t make me get loud.” — That is probably what this Lego Alarm Clock is yelling out every morning. This MOC is created by Vincent’s LEGO Creation. This cartoony timepiece features a mix of clock parts. It has digital LCD parts for the eyes / goggles. The round body of a traditional clock. The huge brass bells of an old fashioned alarm. Plus the clock has a mouth, arms, and hands (and large hammers in those hands). All of which are needed for it to perform its job to the highest standards. The shapes here are all well done. The feet have a great design, and the roundness of the clock is great too. It is not a perfect round Lego circle, as a few parts needed to be fastened onto it. I’m afraid what will happen if someone pushes the snooze button!
Lego has officially made a lot of watches. But, they are all made for the children’s market with bright loud colors. The watches are also large, probably to target a certain age range. So what would an adult Lego watch look like? Luis Peña has imagined just that with his Lego Wristwatch MOC. A very classic design. An analog watch with roman numerals, and a whole lot of gold. The use of the 1×2 grille pieces represents metal links surprisingly well. The use of the 2×2 clear round pieces is also a good solution to get everything connected. Then there is the large radar dish with the printed clock. A perfect way to finish this personal timepiece.
Cuckoo Clocks are fun. Lego is fun. What could go wrong. Nothing. Not only is this Lego Cabin Cuckoo Clock a great clock, but it is a strong tudor style home MOC. The clock is almost a bonus. Some of the detailing is notable, like the chimney, the roofing details, and the propeller thingy. While this Lego Cuckoo Clock doesn’t keep time, it does have some automated features. A little bird flies in and out of the homes attic, while the clock spins out of control. Check out the video here: