TecoArt's Reused Hard Drive Clocks and Accessories

TecoArt's Reused Hard Drive Clocks and Accessories

Range Govindan
Nov 19, 2010

Looking to add a touch of steampunk to your desk or home office without going overboard? TecoArt offers a bunch of cool clocks, pen holders, and more whimsical creations that were made from computer hard drives and other tech relics.

TecoArt's creations vary from hard drive clocks, which can come with business card or pen holders, to a few featuring a PowerMac G3. Prices start out at $25 and go up to $109 for some of the clocks that use vintage computer tech from the 1960s.

We like how these clocks are made using hard drives components. It's definitely a good idea to try and reuse these, as there isn't much else you can do with a 6GB hard drive from a few years ago. This sort of technological art is a lot more commonplace than before, thanks to sites like Etsy, which allow creators and makers to sell their creations easily enough.

Each of TecoArt's creations is unique. We like how each one is slightly different, even though they use a similar concept. Most of these clocks will fit well on a desk or at the office. The PowerMac G3 clocks are interesting as well. It looks like a G3 case was used to make these.

There's even a clock made from the clamshell keyboard of an iBook. If any of these creations by TecoArt interest you, you should head on over to the etsy store before they are all sold. We've got no doubt that these will sell well over the holiday season.

[via Etsy]

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