Nixie Machine II


This sexy beast is actually using Dalibor Farný's modern, artisanal Nixie tubes!

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5 Responses:

  1. Andrew says:

    If I were in the market for a Nixie clock, I'd want it to look like it was a rusty relic of the mid 20th century. This looks way too shiny

    • dzm says:

      Rusty relics were once shiny and new.

      There's probably a lesson in that.

    • Philip Guenther says:

      As a robot spider clock, I expect it to keep itself clean and shiny, though this one seems to be missing legs.

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      What do you mean it's not a robot spider!?!?

  2. Phil says:

    And they say you're hard to shop for.

    • jwz says:

      I find it frustrating that there are so many cool looking clocks in the world, because I am just fundamentally uninterested in being perpetually well-informed about what time it is.

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