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Actual early 1980s IBM PC's 5.25" drive recycled as a pendulum wall clock.

Clock dial is actual mirror-finished disk platter from this 1980s IBM hard drive.

The pendulum has a laptop's hard drive disk platter as it's bottom weight that shows indications of a "head crash" with the concentric circle on the surface, a very cool conversation piece.

Actual hard drive's controller circuit board accents the clock.

Artist signed and numbered "Certificate of Authenticity."

Approx. 6.5" wide by 18" long with pendulum attached.

"This clock was fashioned from an early-1980s PC's hard drive, already very difficult to find. Unfortunately most of them are already in landfills...we were too late!" -- R. Connolly, TEcoArt

Get one for the serious collector or become one with this rare clock.

RESERVED for lillamanda Please do not buy

Overview

  • Materials: hard drive, new quartz clock movement, aa battery, disk platter, metal clock hands, brass clock hand, circuit board
  • Feedback: 402 reviews
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
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