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Old World Nixie Tube Clock: Going for Baroque

by Paul Strauss

I’m not sure if this clock design qualifies as “steampunk” or simply anachronistic, but it sure looks different than just about any timepiece I’ve ever seen.

Nixie Tube Baroque Clock

Combining retro Nixie tubes with a baroque antique bronze enclosure, it’s definitely different. For some reason, I’m betting your Grandma probably didn’t have one of these on her mantle.

Nixie Tube Baroque Clock

Handcrafted by LCI Electronics, this clock is powered by six funky red Nixie tubes, and not only tells time, but offers a calendar and an alarm that plays four musical memories. And if red isn’t your thing, LCI also makes the same clock with clear Nixies as well.

Nixie Tube Baroque Clock

You can find this unique clock over on eBay for $219.99.

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Comments (2):

  1. Phoghat says:

    LCI doesn’t sell the clock, just the nixies

    • technabob says:

      Weird. I thought for sure that they were selling this specific clock when I first wrote the article. I don’t see complete clocks up there anymore.

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