Welcome to CircuitMess Clockstar build guide!

By following this build guide, you'll learn how to assemble your new DIY smartwatch.

With Clockstar, you'll learn about AI and machine learning, edge computing, Bluetooth and wireless communication, gyroscopes, accelerometers, motion detection, and much more. 

Age group

Like it says on the box, Clockstar is designed for anyone who's at least 11 years old.
You should approach some of the assembly steps carefully, so make sure to have an adult jump in if you need some help with soldering or tightening the bolts later in the process. It's okay to ask for help.

Don't worry, though! We'll go through the assembly step by step and provide some useful tips along the way. We'll give you a heads-up if there's something important to keep in mind while assembling.

Assembly time

It should take you approximately 1 hour to fully assemble your Clockstar.

Of course, the assembly time depends on your previous knowledge and experience. If you don't have any experience yet, don't worry! It just might take you a little longer to get into the groove and overcome the challenges in the beginning.


You don't need to have any specific skills before getting your hands dirty with this DIY project.

The main objective here is to have fun and learn something new.

So hold on tight, read all the instructions, and get ready to have fun! This is a great opportunity and your first step in your big engineering career.

Learning with Clockstar

As previously mentioned, Clockstar will teach you a few useful things in the following few hours.

Here's what you'll learn:
  • How to solder and assemble your very own electronic device
  • Wearable technology
  • Bluetooth and wireless communication
  • Gyroscopes, accelerometers, and motion detection
  • Coding in C++ and in CircuitBlocks
  • AI and machine learning
  • Edge computing
  • Watch interface design