Control device: Control Pad

Manufacturer: Sega

Model: SJ-150

Year: 1984


Controlled device: Travel alarm clock

Manufacturer: IDEA international (Japan)

Designed by: Ippei Matsumoto (Industrial Facility)

Model: Jetlag

Color: Black, green

Year: 2009


Hard-wired year: 2010

Serial number: HWD-corp-052

Collection: Corporation

Dimensions: 35x40x4 cm

Cable: 48 cm

Power: 3v button cell x1


Set up minutes up (time): Joystick forward

Set up minutes down (time): Joystick backward

Set up minutes up (alarm): Joystick left

Set up minutes down (alarm): Joystick right

Start set up: Hold 3 seconds any set up action

Set alarm on/off: Right button (hold 3 seconds)

Alarm off: Right button (hold 3 seconds)

Snooze: Right button

Light: Left button


The Sega Game 1000, more commonly known as the SG-1000, was Segas first home video games console. It was famously released for ¥15,000 in Japan on July 15, 1983. Unfortunately, the Nintendo Famicom was released the same day for ¥14,800. A year after launch (1984), Sega released a redesigned version of the SG-1000 called the SG-1000 II (known as the Mark II). It was practically the same as the Mark I console from a functionality point of view except there was a connection port which allowed you to connect to a SK-1100 keyboard. The controller was no longer hard-wired and there was an additional port to accommodate a second controller. The joystick was replaced by controllers which were very similar to the Famicoms.

HWD corporation 052 © Roger Ibars 2010