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LightAndTimeArt

Upcycled Steampunk "Lost in Time Antikythera" Hard Drive Clock - Modern Desk Clock - Gift for geeks, nerds, office, IT - Victorian, industrial design

Regular price $47.00 USD
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The Steampunk "Lost in Time" Antikythera clock is upcycled from a computer hard drive.
The Clock dial is real disk platter that is still attached to hard drive with black minute, hour, and second hands.
"The Antikythera mechanism (/ˌæntɪkɪˈθɪərə/ AN-tih-kih-THEER-ə) is an ancient Greek hand-powered orrery, described as the oldest example of an analogue computer, used to predict astronomical positions and eclipses decades in advance. It could also be used to track the four-year cycle of athletic games which was similar to an Olympiad, the cycle of the ancient Olympic Games."

A great, eco-friendly, and unique gift for family, friends and co-workers.
The perfect inexpensive and cool present for computer science, IT, geeks, nerds, or any engineering graduate.
The beauty of the steampunk design pieces is their versatility – you can treat them as feature piece or liberally use them throughout any contemporary space.
A “must-have” for any Computer geek / nerd and a great fit for any techno loft or office.
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Dimensions

Height:5.5 inches

Width: 4.0 inches

Length: 3.0 inches

Specifications:

The clock uses a silent drive mini-quartz movement that is accurate to +/- 1 sec per day.
It requires a single AA battery (not included)

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  • Eco-friendly

    The re-use and up-cycle of old PC hard drives is an environmental-friendly process that reduces the amount of waste that will otherwise go into a landfill.

  • Stand

    The clock stand is an original © design from LightAndTimeArt and use the original hard drive's embedded circuit board.