This "flip clock" is actually the type where it is actually numbers on cylinders that spin around to reveal the time. The front of the clock reads, "Soundesign Digital Clock Radio." The clock kept time while I watched it perfectly and the radio works just fine. There is some rattling noise coming from inside the clock and it does "purr" when it runs which I assume is the noise of the motor turning the numbered cylinders and this is pretty common to these clocks. There are some scratches on the outer casing both on the faux wood-grain and on the silver color that surrounds the clear plastic. The clear plastic has some minor scuffing and two scratches but nothing that makes it hard to read the time or the radio dial. There is also some dust behind the clear plastic that you may be able to remove if you take off the plastic front. There is some white paint on the tuning knob that you may be able to remove. The time is not illuminated by any kind of light. The upper left corner has a nick in it where the faux wood grain has been scuffed off. All of the knobs are still present along with their silver stickers on the sides.
The clock is 10 inches long, about 6 inches deep and stands about 3.75 inches high.
Thanks for looking and please ask any questions you may have.