Due to the large number of Glo-Dial clocks, here is a gallery of photos not displayed on the main Glo-Dial page.
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|These are two different clocks. The second one has a deeper can.|
Most had options for lighting different rings, or all rings, with internal mechanical switches wired to a remote switch.
|A multi-ring Glo-Dial unlit, with red ring slit, and with both red and white rings lit (with room light off).|
|Here's a White King Soap clock, lit, and unlit.||A second White King clock. Note the logo on the face is placed lower than on the first clock.||And yet a third one. Notice the depth of this clock body.|
|Copper body on a large, multi-ring clock.|
|Another example of lighting the rings up separately|
Glo-Dial clocks designed to have exposed neon tubes, either wording or rings.
|Check it out! A copper body on this unit!||Exposed ring on a flush mount body. Compare to other flush mount in "Other" section.||This clock was reportedly found on an auto dealership. Note that it has the wide band on the glass for some advertising, and sockets for an external ring of neon.|
|A clock mounted inside a tire. Pretty damn inventive.|
Glo-Dial clocks included as part of the structure of a sign.
|Front and back of one of the clocks that would be mounted in a sign.|
Other Styles of Glo-Dials
A variety of other, more rare styles from this highly-varied producer of cool clocks.
|American Time! Only a single ring of neon inside. Very basic.||Here's a flush mount clock, similar face and bezel structure as the clock at left, but no "can".|
|Very good example of a flush mount clock mounted on a sign, no exposed neon on the clock structure itself. Note the great aqua-colored "time" neon. This may be a two-sided sign, but you can't quite tell from the photo.|
|A small clock, similar to the "American Time" clock above.|
And One So Strange...
We're not sure WHAT to call it!
|Here's a two-sided clock, previously mounted outside on a building, advertising Indian Motorcycles.||
Close-up of the face,
obviously Glo-Dial style face and hands.
It even has a
Glo-Dial label on the can. So what's the big deal???
But wait! Look at the
other side! Isn't that a face from an Electric Neon Clock Company
face? Specifically, an Aztec??
What is this about? We have no idea.
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