A Rather Polished DIY Watch

December 30, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

  DIY watches bring up a sort of morbid curiosity in me. They’re something I love to see, as you can get some creative ideas. I also have a basic appreciation for the work that goes into them, but I know my skill set (at least with electronics and soldering) would lead to me killing…

A Very Impressive DIY Watch

October 9, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

  We’ve brought you word of a handful of different watches you can build yourself with some basic electronics and soldering skills. Over at HackADay, they recently featured a watch that is certainly one of the nicest “roll your own” digital watches I’ve seen. Most of these DIY affairs are fairly bulky, as they’re being…

Another DIY Watch

March 30, 2013 . by Patrick Kansa

  In an earlier post, I brought to your attention a watch you could build yourself.  If you’ve already done that one (or just are looking for something to do on a lazy weekend), this is another great (and affordable option).

Build Yourself a Custom Portable Watch Case

August 12, 2012 . by Patrick Kansa

  Once the watch bug has bitten you, you know you’re going to run out space to store watches pretty quickly.  Sure, if you’ve only got a few, you can toss them into a drawer or have them on the nightstand.

Chronulator chronulates your day

March 30, 2009 . by John Biggs

This DIY item uses two standard dials and some odd telegraph keys to create something that looks like it belongs on the bridge of the Enterprise, circa 1801. The clock uses parts from ShareBrained and a tea box attached to some custom-engraved metal plates – actually curtain rod ends.