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37 Clocks Made of Vynil Discs

Clocks Made of Vynil Discs

Posted on July 16, 2010 by team


Clocks Made of Vynil Discs 1

If you have a lot of old vynil discs and don’t know what to do with them, we can offer some great idea! Why not make cool vynil clocks?

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37 Responses to “Clocks Made of Vynil Discs”

  1. Belarus228 says:

    FIRST!!!

  2. Est says:

    Täitsa Eesti oma värk, pole siin tegelikult mingit vene asja, et siia üles riputada.

    • Anon says:

      No ikka vallutasid ja okupeerisid ka natuke omal ajal.

    • jhm says:

      Huvitav kust neid osta saaks? Või kes neid teeb?

    • Kodust says:

      Venemaaga nii väheke seost on, et enamus om Üleliiduslise Kultuuriministeeriumi firma Melodija toorikutest tehtud. Aga kodumaised suveniiri meistrid on meil õnneks andekad. MADE IN ESTONIA! on auga välja kantud. Huvitava ja mis tootja kodukalt need pildi tuuri on pandud?

  3. DougW says:

    4nd
    Cool clocks. What did they use to cut them? laser, water-jet?

  4. Mike says:

    where can I buy one of these?

  5. whodareswins says:

    Vinyl even

  6. Addy says:

    Kurja. Vot need on lahedad. Võiks isegi proovida sellise valmis teha.

  7. Testicules says:

    Clever

  8. zax says:

    Nice clocks.
    BTW, “vynil discs” are usually called “records”. :)

  9. PL1991 says:

    Tallinna Raekoja platsi läheduses on kullapood mille teisel korrusel väike kellassepatöökoda. Kahjuks ei mäleta ma praegu aadressi, vist Vanaturu kaela jääb et kui mööda Viru tänavat tuled siis paremat kätt väike uks, all on ehtepood.. Kitsast trepist üles – seal kunagi oli neid seina peal isegi.

  10. skittles says:

    Neid kellasid müüakse Vabaduse väljakul Kunstihoone all asuvas disainipoed Nu Nordic.
    — you can buy these clocks in Estonia Tallinn on Vabaduse square, there´s a design shop called Nu Nordic.

  11. michael says:

    What did you use to cut those discs?

  12. YJ says:

    I can’t read time without the numbers.

  13. Jerry Barada says:

    That’s *REALLY* gonna make the phonograph skip…

  14. Gaby says:

    someone oughtta take the job of deleting all those annoying firsters.

  15. lorenzo says:

    amazing?
    was it laser-cut?

  16. Boris Badenov says:

    Most of the scum here have records already.

  17. Gaby says:

    Right now it’s four o’clock in Moscow, Sunday.

  18. plr articles says:

    Where can I buy them ? :p

  19. WOW… very nice

    Soendoro Soetanto

  20. Avnas says:

    Nobody seems to have pointed out that it’s spelled ‘vinyl’.

  21. VITTUIX-MAN says:

    Vinyl record as a clock face?
    That was kitsch already at 92′.

  22. yeh says:

    see esimene on lahe.
    That first one is cool. Can you buy them in internet?

  23. Gashak says:

    P.S.

    Eestimaa venelaste jaoks.

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