Nixie clock round-ups

Nixie clock round-ups

Jake von Slatt, of Steampunk Workshop, points us toward this nice round-up of commercially-available nixie clocks (top image). That article points to another round-up of homemade nixies (bottom image).

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8 thoughts on “Nixie clock round-ups

  1. mightyohm says:

    I have one of Peter J. Jansen’s clocks that I built from a kit, and I couldn’t be happier. His webstore is at

    Great kits and great customer service. My clock has been running continuously for over two years now and it still looks new.

    1. Gareth Branwyn says:

      That’s great to know, Jeff. I keep looking at his offerings and thinking about getting a kit. Which one did you get?

  2. GeekPhysical says:

    Hey we had some fun building a nixie alarm clock. It even has a snooze! We wanted to create from scratch the circuit boards. Three plates (boards) were specifically designed; one for holding the displays and interface button, one for the clock electronics and one for the speaker, and to act as a base for the entire clock.

    You can check it out here:

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