Recycled Record Death Star Clock

That’s no moon! It’s a clock. This epic reuse of old records turns them into something useful and geeky. Recycled, upcycled, nerdcycled, a bicycle, a tricycle, a man a plan a canal… the Recycled Vinyl Death Star Wall Clock is handmade. A hot knife is used to cut the iconic Star Wars shape out, taking about 2-3 hours to compete each clock. These are limited editions with a run of 20 maximum for $55 each.

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  • […] Etsy vendor Lindsay Barrasse has made a limited run of twenty clocks from old vinyl records with a silhouette of the Death Star (vintage Return of the Jedi, mind you). At first glance I thought it was a laser-cutting job, but she actually cuts each one by hand using a hot knife — a process that takes 2-3 hours. No word yet on what happens if you try to play them backwards. [via Craziest Gadgets] […]

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