New Chronulator clock kit spawns cigar-box clock


11 Responses to “New Chronulator clock kit spawns cigar-box clock”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Seriously, don’t take that into Boston or the Boston airport.

  2. Maxi Malone says:

    Never underestimate the value of a cigar box. I used a piece of one to patch the ceiling in my bathroom.

    May Your Glass Always Be Half Full

  3. Vanguard3000 says:

    But… Now where will Mr. Park put his cigars?

  4. Robbo says:

    Ahhhh – Romeo y Julieta.

    I’m more of a Monte Christo man, myself – but – mmmmmm.

    And ctaching a tune at the same time – yeah baby!


  5. Palilay says:

    Looks like it came from the Guantanamo Bay yard sale.

    Where do you attach the electrodes?

  6. SamSam says:

    Ha! I have several of those Romeo y Julieta boxes — I put dividers in them and made them my electronics storage bins. I hadn’t though of using them as a project case yet…

  7. nanuq says:

    You have to be careful where you keep that if you want to avoid a visit from the Bomb squad.

  8. ScottTFrazer says:

    I would totally not travel with that thing :-)

  9. Anonymous says:

    I’m guessing this isn’t something you pack in your carry-on luggage.

  10. AirPillo says:


    You know, joking about repressed rights and government surveilance was little more common in the Soviet Union than it is today in the US and the UK.


    Back on subject: I think it probably would have been more handsome with the circuitry concealed within, and just a few arches of wire poking through the case.

    A pair of toggle switches would kick this up a notch, as well, Emeril Lagasse style.

  11. jboone says:

    Hi from Jared @ ShareBrained. Apropos of the prior Gitmo/travel comments, I thought everybody would enjoy a Chronulator made by the guy who originally gave me the idea. Witness, the BOMBULATOR!

    (It’s the second one on the page — be sure to scroll down a bit.)

    Thanks for the post, Cory!

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