The example shown below is Lüm-Tec M24 in 6 different variations.
See more pictures in the following postings and in Android Market.
All clock packs come with such variations to offer more options to
fit your wallpapers.
Install Crazy Home Lite (free) or Pro (paid),
then get the clock pack(s) of your choice,
also from the Android market!
End of 2009, my personal smartphone era took off with one of the greatest devices I ever owned: I bought an HTC HD2,
which is known as the device which can be used with more OS platforms than any other (so far).
Sense 2.5 got even better when CHT (Cookiemonster´s Home Tab) came as an extension, and I started to theme the clock option.
After my HD2 fell to a stone floor and the screen broke into gazillions of tiny little pieces,
I had to move on, and after having been able to make extensive tests, I went for Android.
I actually don´t miss anything to set up my device to my taste - except for the clocks.
There are quite a few available in the web/market, but many of them come without a hand for the seconds,
not to mention missing display of the date and more.
The first step is made, I looked for a solution which is not eating too much battery,
and can be themed easily by an amateur like me. I again went for my favourite clocks from Lüm-Tec,
and with their official permission, their great clock design is now available for Android,
through using a special launcher called "Crazy Home" and its clock widget function!
Crazy Home actually reminds me strongly on CHT from its functionality (multiple home screens, easy to set up),
the free version includes some advertising. No big issue for me, and you can get the paid version without the advertising if that bothers you.
No advertising for that product from my side though, it´s just the (maybe temporary?) solution to get my clocks running on my phone.
The clocks have been tested on HTC Sensation and Samsung Galaxy S II, both of them running Android 2.3.4, and no issues discovered so far.
*** If there is a programmer out there who can help making a stand-alone widget to support special functions, ***
*** or which does not require a specific launcher, please let´s do something nice together! ***
Some other members asked me to open a new thread for the new port,
so we can collect more opinions and maybe find a programmer who helps to make a widget -
not only for me, but for many other users and clock themers!
Changelog as of October 25, 2011:
The fourth pack, with PAM inspired dials, is released.
There might come one more package, a mixed bucket, maybe,
without feedback, hard to decide what to do...
Download in the market (click the logo):