If your home or office could use an interesting conversation piece, this Vintage Nixie Tube Clock would be perfect. Most impressive are the Nixie tubes themselves, which look so cool, especially as the time cycles. Although the Nixie tubes in this clock are brand-new, in that they were never used, they are old stock made at least 30 years ago that were “rescued” from the former Soviet Union.
Beyond the Cold War era electronic components, this Nuvitron Nixie Watt tube clock also has an old school enclosure. Hand made of teak and cedar with a linseed oil finish, the Art Deco wooden enclosure takes craftsmen 30 hours to build. It’s worth it though, because you’ll have a lifetime to enjoy it.
With brand new Nixie tubes that were rescued from exile in long abandoned basements in Eastern Europe, The Vintage Nixie Tube Clock imparts a warm glow from within its beautiful, handmade, Art Deco wooden enclosure. Each clock casing takes over 30 hours to create and a lifetime to admire.
The Vintage Nixie Clock is handcrafted using new old stock tubes that are at least 30 years old, have never been used before, and come from the former Soviet Union. Old school technology combined with an art deco style in a fine wooden enclosure. Bring to your home a piece of history with The Vintage Nixie Clock and its Cold War era components.
Nuvitron Nixie Watt Tube Clock
- You can increase or decrease the brightness of the Nixie Tubes if needed.
- Color LED’s behind the Nixie tubes will help you set the clock, the alarm and will have decorative effects that you can disable if desired.
- Display time on 12 or 24 hours format and use the alarm to wake you up with a vintage style.
- Tubes were designed for 10000 hours of continuous use — The Nixie Clock was designed to work below its operation point to ensure the tubes last longer.
- Nixie tubes are easily swappable, provided that they’re held in place using copper pin connectors.
- As the time updates, the Nixie tubes cycle.
- Serial number on back.
- Teak and cedar with linseed oil.
Buy the Nuvitron Nixie Tube Clock at ThinkGeek. Normally it is $299.99, but now (at the time of publication) it is on sale for 1/2 price—just $149.99.