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Unicode datetime converter

Enter a time and date, then copy and paste the results.

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the most readable date format

Thursday, 1 January 1970
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the most readable format with date, time, and day

00:00:00 – Thursday, January 1st 1970
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digital clock – unicode block elements

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digital clock - works best with a monospace font

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rough time since/until

49 years ago
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01/01/1970
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about this tool


This tool and the Unicode Calendar Generator were originally the same tool.


I wanted to create something fun with dates and times. But, it became clear after making it, that unicode calendars are more fun and useful than clocks.


So, I discarded the clocks and made the calendar generator its own thing.


You can find it here:



Also it won #1 Product of the Day on Product Hunt 🏆



So what about the clocks?


At some point in the future, I plan to improve this clock tool—maybe even by adding analogue clocks. But in the meantime, this is it.



If you like clocks, then you might like:




There's lots more on the way.


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