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- Pocket clocks are uncommon in most towns and cities, but most people will have an idea as to what you're talking about if you were to ask about one.
- Gears, springs, sprockets, and screws make up the average pocket clock. It has a small button that opens it up, similar to how a pocket watch would work, and the back opens up to reveal a winding key to charge the clock.
- A mechanist was working down in a cave, trying to gather some supplies for his latest projects when he lost all track of time. He desired a way to know whether the sun was up, whether he be in a cave or a thick forest.
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