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November 12, 2009 AT 5:36 pm

Back order update: Ice tube clock kits ordered before 11/6 have shipped!


Back order update: Ice tube clock kits ordered before 11/6 have shipped! Time is running out to get your clock before the holidays, we’re still taking orders. Eventually we’ll post the cut off for getting yours in time for the holidays. If you’re on the fence, pick one up now in the Adafruit store! Video (above) by Adafruit customer Radiorental.


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8 Comments

  1. I wish I could assemble kits that fast 🙂

    Seriously, if only I could build them quicker I could easily sell a lot more. At the moment I am working with SeeedStudio to have batches manufactured in China, which actually works out pretty cheap. It boils down to being about

  2. PS. Only half my comment has appeared – something wrong?

  3. hmm, all comments are coming fine.. maybe try again?

  4. Nice time lapse recording. Seems he inserted a few still frames in the show off. Anyways, the timing is 1 frame every 30 seconds. That was evident when I did slow it down, and looked at what the clock was displaying during the showing of it. It reads 2:31:09, then 2:31:39, then 2:32:09, and that frame is used for the remainder of the video.

  5. Blast, I ordered mine 11/7. lol I know you guys are working hard at getting them out, i’m pretty patient

  6. Well, I was trying to say that having them made in China only adds about

  7. re: MoJo cut off

    i think it’s cutting off when a dollar sign is encountered.

    let’s test that: i’ll write USD one hundred dollars numerically…

    USD$100

  8. nope ;-/

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