Do you love Final Fantasy VII and struggle with oversleeping? Are you looking for an alternative to using your phone as an alarm? If so, there’s an exciting new solution: a digital clock modeled after the iconic Buster Sword from Final Fantasy VII.
The FF7 Buster Sword Clock
The clock features a miniature replica of Cloud Strife’s Buster Sword from Final Fantasy VII Remake, set at an angle similar to its appearance on the game’s main menu screen. The time is prominently displayed on the sword’s blade through illumination, while the material near the hilt also light up.
In addition to its unique design, the Buster Sword clock offers more than just a standard alarm sound. Final Fantasy VII Remake fans can choose from five iconic songs from the game to wake up to, adding an extra layer of immersion to their morning routine.
- Main Theme of FFVII — Sector 7 Undercity
- Let the Battles Begin! — A Merc’s Job
- The Airbuster (a remix of the original FF7’s boss battle theme that totally rips)
- Aerith’s Theme — Home Again
- One-Winged Angel — Rebirth
However, it’s worth noting that the clock’s sound quality may not be the best. You can check out a video from Square Enix to get an idea of what the music sounds like on the clock’s speakers. Despite the potentially lower sound quality, it might be worth it for die-hard fans who want to wake up to their favorite Final Fantasy VII Remake tunes.
If you’re considering purchasing this clock, there are some downsides to consider. Firstly, the price is a hefty $199.99. Additionally, if you pre-order it now, it’s not expected to be released until January 2023. The clock only displays time in a 24-hour format and doesn’t have a snooze button. Lastly, the speakers’ sound quality may not be the best, so it might not be reliable for waking you up in the morning.
If you’re a die-hard Final Fantasy VII fan and willing to wait for a unique and iconic alarm clock, then this miniature replica of Cloud’s Buster Sword could be your dream come true. You can set five of the game’s best songs as your alarm, which is a bonus for those who love Final Fantasy VII Remake’s music. However, before preordering the clock for $199.99, keep in mind that it only displays 24-hour time, lacks a snooze button, and has weak-sounding speakers. But for those who want to own this collector’s item, it’s worth the wait for the expected January 2023 release date.
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