Are You Cuckoo for Nooka Fluff?

What we have here is a cute little watch. It is flexible rubber, digital, and is basically an arm-cuckoo clock. Kind of like a Rodger Rabbit sort of thing. More fantastic work from the folks at Nooka, right? Actually, not affiliated. Inspired by! Hannes Grebin submitted this to us (and half a dozen other design blogs) and I’m sure it’s about to blow up! Rightfully so?

*Blow up on the internets, I mean. I’m sure it works just fine. Have no fear! lol.

EDIT: Let me make CLEAR that this watch has NO REAL affiliation with NOOKA

Grebin has this to say about his watch:

Nooka Cuckoo is a watch concept which puts an end to the many failed attempts to translate analog chronographic displays into the digital age – it is German “Gemutlichkeit” for the wrist, literally brought to you from a plastic, candy-coloured Black Forest.

I know some of you folks are down on the “slap on an Apple symbol and call it good” train of thought, so what do you think of this? Appropriate? Necessary?

P.S. the watch! Would you wear it? It sort of walks the line between young adult and fashion-sensitive-hipster / scenester. Let Grebin know who should wear it here, or visit his site http://grebin.de/ and give him a call.

Designer: Hannes Grebin

36 Comments

  • Radhika Seth says:

    Aww that’s cute…I wouldn’t wear it but I would get it for my daughter tho

  • Joe says:

    This is NOT a NOOKA watch.
    They used the logo.
    This has absolutely NO affiliation with NOOKA.
    THIS IS NOT A NOOKA WATCH.

    • DinoRubble says:

      “More fantastic work from the folks at Nooka, right? Actually, not affiliated”.

      Read the post!

    • Mucho says:

      i personally wrote to the designer and he said that this is still a concept, but if it will be produced, it will be surely a NOOKA

  • Adrian Masters says:

    Does it say `cuckoo`?
    And, even more importantly..does the cuckoo come out?
    As with real cuckoo-clocks….

  • Worf says:

    Cuckoo clocks… Germany still makes ’em (the Black Forest region is famous for their cuckoo clocks, and still have very traditional mechanical ones).

  • ionerox says:

    Cuckoo clocks still exist, but now they are just digitized and vastly more annoying.

    My grandma has a a couple different clocks that she puts up- the worst have wretched digital chimes on each hour and little plastic mechanized people dancing on a platform beneath the plastic mechanized bird that pops out.

  • antony says:

    Would very appreciate it to be sold soon. Want one!!

  • Name* says:

    Hack again?!

  • Name* says:

    Hack again?!

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