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April 8, 2006

Cathode Ray Tube Pocket Watch

at 11:17 am. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks, Insane Equipment

If you want a unique pocket watch, you can’t beat this one. You will have to be patience though since it takes some time for the CRT to warm up and show you the time.

“The time is displayed on a tiny 3/4” diameter screen at the press of
a button. (Well, you do have to wait 10 seconds for the tube to warm up.)

This watch is powered by a rechargeable NiMH AA battery pack. Battery life
is short when operating the display, so it turns off automatically
after half a minute. The ON time can be extended by pressing the display
button again. “


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3 Responses to “Cathode Ray Tube Pocket Watch”

  1. Daily DIY » Cathode Ray Tube Pocket Watch Says:

    […] This doesn’t seem so practical to me, but none the less, seeing a CRT in that small of a space is pretty cool. Its a Cathode Ray Tube Pocket Watch! From Hacked Gadgets: ““The time is displayed on a tiny 3/4″ diameter screen at the press of a button. (Well, you do have to wait 10 seconds for the tube to warm up.) […]

  2. R9 Says:

    Collecting antique pocket watches has become a pastime for folks young and old. To learn the value of the pocket watch, and what you should be paying for it, you can find numerous books available at antique pocket watch auction sites.

    BTW, if you want some, via http://www.sourcingmap.com/pocket-watches-c-1359_1484.html this website is nice .

  3. EPROM 9 Says:

    Now it would be cool to build something like that using only descrte logic with no programming. Well done I love seeing true innervation with what you have to hand.

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