World's priciest wall clock?

If you've got $2,000 in loose change, McIntosh (not related to Apple Macintosh) is offering a great-looking retro-styled wall clock with gauges customized to show time.

McIntosh wall clock
Born Rich

For true-blue audiophiles, McIntosh (not related to Apple Macintosh) is a well-recognized hi-fi maker renowned for its retro styling, sweet sound, and hefty price tags. Notable design elements are the analog power meter, classy piano black finish, and aluminum trimmings.

If you've got $2,000 in loose change, the firm is now offering a similarly styled wall clock with gauges customized to show time. The attention to detail is superb right down to the authentic blue blacklight and chunky knobs, though this timepiece is going to be a hard sell due to the premium. Of course, there are always exceptions in McIntosh diehards with deep pockets.

(Source: Crave Asia via Born Rich)

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