When you buy the "Complete Wise Clock 4 kit", on top of the Wise Clock 4 kit you get the 3216 bi-color (red/green/orange) LED display from Sure Electronics, plus the enclosure, consisting of two laser-cut transparent acrylic plates and the required hardware (standoffs, screws etc) to assemble it.
The "complete kit" comes with everything you need to build a functional Wise Clock 4. You will need to add your own FAT16-formatted SD card (with the necessary files on it), the miniB USB power cable and, eventually, the XBee module (if you want Wise Clock 4 to display remote messages, sent through internet, for example).
The assembly guide, written by StefanK, can be found here.
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