Presta clock

With such a strong colour and design it would be nice to know more about this Presta clock.

Presta clock
Case number - AIBDC : 002664
This bright orange, spherical Presta alarm clock, with black face and white numbers and hands, was manufactured in West Germany circa 1970s.
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DesignerUnknown - Wanted
ManufacturerPresta
CountryGermany
Date1970 - 1979 (circa)
Dimensionsheight 110 mm, width 130 mm
Materialsplastic, unknown - Wanted
Methodunknown - Wanted
Coloursorange, black
Inscription"Presta. West Germany"
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31/05/14

Presta clock AIBDC : 002664 This object is part of a trial to see if giving specific guidance on research methods makes the game a more successful means of obtaining information about the objects featured. What a wonderfully intense colour this clock has. I wonder if that gives a clue to the material? We want to know who designed it and in which material and how it was manufactured. Can you find out anything about Presta on the web? Is the company still in existence? Please tell us anything you can about this stunning object. Follow the search here: http://10most.org.uk/artefact/presta-clock.

08/06/14

I'm glad that two people like this clock. I wonder if they would say what it is they like about it? It would be great to have some further feedback.

19/06/14

I'm sure a good search of the internet would lead to some information. Will you give it a go?

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Presta clock: Case AIBDC : 002664

This object is part of a trial to see if giving specific guidance on research methods makes the game a more successful means of obtaining information about the objects featured.

What a wonderfully intense colour this clock has. I wonder if that gives a clue to the material? We want to know who designed it and in which material and how it was manufactured. Can you find out anything about Presta on the web? Is the company still in existence? Please tell us anything you can about this stunning object.