Most clocks, the ones that are based around seconds, minutes, and hours, can be watched for movement if you really need to waste some time of boredom, though we’ve seen clocks which are both much more fun, and more beautiful to look at than your average clock. The Lifetime Clock, on the other hand, is based on years. The movements of the hand are so slow (1/61320th of a normal clock speed) that you’ll need a time lapse camera to spot any clear movement, so you might want to grab a book instead.
Each number on its face is separated by 7 years of your life, and you’ll have to live a full 84 long years until you can see one full revolution around the dial. That’s a lot of children to throw off your lawn. — Andrew Dobrow