Now you can take your
favorite pinball backglass and make it into a functioning digital clock using original, unmodified, pinball score reels!
THIS IS NOT
A TERRIBLE PINBALL SCORE...|
IT'S THE TIME OF DAY!
Hang it on the wall
in your office, garage or game room for a truly unique item that will continue to amaze your friends
for years to come.
You can also add a wireless remote control to turn off the display
microprocessor automatically keeps track of the time of day and adjusts the score reels every
minute to keep the display up to date.|
at night, or whenever you choose, automatically reseting the reels to the correct time when reactivated from the sleep mode.
Choose standard or military time with a flick of a switch.
Your clock cabinet can be an original pinball head, a copy of the classic wedge head design or a picture frame style oak box.
To see samples of the new head boxes click here.
If your favorite glass is a classic 3 reel wedge head,
Your clock can be set up to use
the 1,000 light as the 10s of hours digit.
You can also use existing head animation
devices to add extra action to your clock.
Have a ball kick up every five minutes
and dump all of them on the hour!
Open the subway doors.
Kick the cowboy.
Have the monkey ring the bell.
The sky is the limit!
Add authentic pinball chimes or 60s style bells if you like.
Turn them on and off with the wireless remote control.
Work with our design team to make your clock a one-of-a-kind piece for your collection.
We can work with a head or glass from your collection or choose from one of the new reproduction glasses that are available.
Each unit is custom made the lead time depends on the type and complexity of the clock you choose.
Call Roger toll free at 888-596-4992 if you have questions, for more information or to get a quote.
Or if you would like to build your own pinball clock, you may purchase just the parts that you need.
Full instructions are included and free technical advice is also available by phone and e-mail.
To see the parts that are available, with prices, click here.
To see a sample clock made from an existing pinball head, click here.