I've had a few posts with a couple of flip clocks as part of a haul and I always say "I'll show you the rest of my flip clocks some other time"; Yup, that time has come.
I can't really say too much about these clocks except that they all work (I passes on a cool mustard yellow flip clock today because it didn't work)
This is a General Electric with a lighted dial. It's all plastic and that last digit won't quite align properly. Dig the hexagon face.
Another all plastic GE with an lighted dial. It's very squared-off and masculine. Both of the GE have a little second dial on the right.
This is a pretty cool Panasonic with a radio. I like the round radio dials, one for AM and one for FM. This baby has actual wood panels on the ends and a real brushed stainless steel surround around the face (not silver painted plastic)- classy!
Another clock radio, this one is by Ross and is called the digital wake-o-matic (when the alarm goes off an arm comes out and smacks you in the head. Okay, not really). The readouts all seem sorta small and out of proportion for the size of the clock. The whole case is wood but the face surround is chrome plastic.
I love, love, love the readout on this Seth Thomas speed-read model. I guess the minutes are in a different colour so, at a glance, you won't confuse them with the hour (I see a problem though, if you are colour blind). Yes, it also has a second dial. While I love, love, love the readout, I'm not really sent by the pebble grain brown and flat gold plastic styling on the rest of the unit- kinda clunky. I read somewhere that this clock had a fairly prominent scene in the film "The Graduate".