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As of Saturday, July 28, 2001

As there are quite a few of you out there that are curious (and maybe a little frustrated!) at the apparent lack of progress with regard to the introduction of the new orbichron clock, I felt it was well past time to provide a status update. It's been slow going, but I'm happy to report that we've received our first working circuit board from the factory in Hangzhou, China, and the tooling for the various case parts, both plastic and aluminum, has been started.

The pricing is still not firm, however I'm anticipating an MSRP of approximately $130 US, with an introductory direct sale pricing at $99 or below (plus applicable taxes and shipping & handling). The case options are basic black, polished chrome plated or polished gold plated. There may be some additional cost for the latter two versions. Check out the bottom of the orbichron clock page for some newly added features and functions.

We're still several weeks away from product release, but I thought you might like to know that the process was finally coming together.

New Small Orbichron from Front New Small Orbichron from Rear

Also, we have successfully captured some video of one of the development clocks displaying the cycling through the various sweep modes. This was an extremely difficult task to perform, so the results are not excellent from a videography standpoint. The focus was deliberately softened to provide a better visual effect of the sweep display. Also, the LED colors are misleading...the hour indicators are indeed still amber, and the minutes, seconds and sweep are red. The video is two minutes and six seconds long...just enough time to cycle through all of the sweeps.

Click here to view the orbichron clock demo video...

Thank you for your continued patience,

Jason A. Fisher

President, Orbichronics Corporation

For More Information Contact:

Orbichronics Corporation
Tel: 480-839-4118
FAX: 480-839-3894
Email: sales@orbichronics.com


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