Nuvitron presents the Postmodern Nixie Clock: an electronic work of art. Our skilled artisans are kept locked away in darkened rooms, fed and watered only sparingly until their work is done. They rarely see daylight and this led them to create a clock that was visible in low light conditions as well as daylight. The combination of brand new Nixie tubes from the Cold War era, lovingly handcrafted wooden enclosures and 6 layers of polyurethane, produce a unique Nixie tube clock with a postmodern aesthetic. Nuvitron rescued new Nixie tubes from dark, damp, long abandoned basements in hollowed out mountains in the old Soviet Union. Parachuting in, James Bond style, under cover of night – ahem, we wish! But the Nixie tubes that we use are actually new components, originally intended for use in military applications during the Cold War. We’re all friends now though (discuss…) and it’s fitting that these Nixie tubes are given new life, housed in an elegant, postmodern enclosure. This one is painted Black, like the dark night of the soul.
Our Design Philosophy Looking to the past, creating the future. They say that we should learn from our past and this is exactly what we aim for at Nuvitron. Taking the best of what came before, matching it with the best of now to create classics of the future. Past. Present. Future. It’s a spiritual thing. Our Process To Manufacture Products Slow. Sure. Steady. Like a good wine or fine malt. We take our time. This isn’t fast food. This isn’t cheap’n’cheerful. We hire highly skilled artisans with years of experience and moments of genius, producing limited quantities of unique products using renewable materials. FUTURE PRODUCTS Something special is in the oven except that it’s not literally an oven. We know it’s not too popular these days but we start every new project by reading old books and technical things. From this we then draw on years of experience and vivid dreams to develop ideas for new products. Coming soon – a vacuum tube amplifier and a vacuum Nixie tube radio. Stay tuned! What’s next, a vacuum tube vacuum cleaner? Er, no.
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