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Solder:Time Watch Kit

The Solder : Time is an original design watch kit that you solder and assemble yourself. Delivered as a through-hole kit, you solder the components to the PCB, and enclose it all in four layers of laser cut acrylic.

Price $37.00

Member price $33.00

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Easy to solder real time watch kit with a unique laser cut acrylic casing. Four individual acrylic parts cut to fit the internal PCB, battery and switch perfectly. Included is a velcro wrist band. After soldering the Solder:Time, the watch is built by stacking the acrylic parts with the PCB and holding it together with the included screws.

The Solder:Time was designed to be a wrist watch. It doesn't have to be limited to living on your wrist, you could also use it as a badge or desk clock.

• Great looking laser cut acrylic case
• Unique watch
• Easy to solder
• Stand alone project – no computer or other programmer required. Just solder it and it's ready!
• On board Dallas DS1337+ Real Time Clock (RTC) for super accurate time keeping
• Jumper (on bottom) for always on use.
• Hackable: Programming and I²C pads labeled on bottom
• Clear front and back casing to show the internal electronics
• Adjustable wrist band
• Can be also be worn as a badge with optional badge clip.
• Long lasting battery, with special LED lighting method and very low power processor sleeping.

Kit Includes:
Solder:Time PCB with all of the electronics
• Laser cut acrylic casing with four screws
• Easy to use Velcro type wrist band (long enough for huge wrists, trim-able for smaller ones.
• CR2032 Battery

Documentation: Instructions Page

Tools & Supplies required: Soldering Iron, solder and wire snips.

SKU 17266
Manufacturer SpikenzieLabs


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  1. good product, every thing fits just nice whatch is a bit to large for your wrist, but it is a nice and easy to build project, for when you want to learn your children something

    (Posted on 12/20/2015) - Review by jaap

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