Vintage Nixie Tube Clock
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Welcome to Vintage Nixie Tube Clocks Workshop
I am pleased to announce that now you can buy our retro Nixie tube clocks at our online shop. Earlier we’ve been selling our clocks only via Ebay, Etsy, and Amazon shops only, which means that we had to pay extra fee per item. Buying at this online shops allows you to save some money, and get this Vault Nixie tube clock for $270 per item, instead of $285.
You can choose the color you like: lite-tone wood, or red wood. All the enclosures are made of alder, and can be polished with the Finnish oil (green product) by your request. It takes us over 30 hours to make one item, for more details, please read about us.
The clocks are fully hand-crafted. We’ve made this retro Nixie tube clocks inspired by Vault-boy and Fall Out world. The clocks have 6 modes of Nixie tubes’ brightness. The longevity of the Nixie tubes is up to 200 000 hrs. o prolong your tubes’ longevity, we suggest you to avoid using the brightest mode all the time. We’ve also programmed your clocks with the tube safety mode, that runs every 15 minutes, and prevent Nixie tube cathodes’ poisoning.
Clocks also have blue lightning modes (6 modes, including turn-off mode). You may choose 12-hours-time displaying, or 24-hours-time-displaying. For Thailand residents: we, unfortunately, do not have a 6-hours mode yet, but we are open to suggestions 🙂
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