Futuristic Desktop Clock with Fluorescent VFD Vacuum Tube Display in industrial CNC-machined aluminum alloy enclosure with RGB ambient lights.
Popularized in the 80s by high-end audio products from brands like AKAI, JVC and AIWA, VFD (Vacuum Fluorescent Display) tubes and its characteristic bright light, are the technology behind the most beautiful displays and interfaces ever made.
The chasis is beautifully-made using aluminum alloy sandblasted and anodized. You can control and ajudust its settings and the RGB ambient lights located on the bottom via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. The ultimate cyberpunk decoration piece for your gaming setup or desk space, this futuristic clock brings the beauty of VFD tubes to your room.
The CyberVFD Clock also features LED lighting effects located on the bottom of the unit, creating an unique mood, especially in the dark or on top of shiny desks.
1. This item takes 14 days to ship after orders are received and confirmed.
2. This item doesn't come with a warranty and cannot be returned or replaced if you damage or break the vacuum tubes or circuit board.
3. Black discoloration on the back of the VFD tube is not a defect and proves that there is still a vacuum inside the tube.
4. VFD tubes are very fragile and sensitive to touch, humidity/water and static. During use, please be careful not to touch the tubes or the base. Handle with care, especially in homes with children.
5. The price of this product is subject to change due to increases in the price of the older VFD tubes used.
6. No Returns, Cancellations or Refunds after orders are shipped.
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- Industrial CNC Enclosure
- Bluetooth & Wi-Fi
- Alarm Clock
- Cyberpunk Aesthetics
- RGB Light Effects
- Wireless Control
|Display||8-Digits VFD IV-18 Tube|
|Lights||RGB LED Underglow|
|Functions||Time, Calendar, Timer, Alarm, Lighting Animation|
|Material||Aluminum Alloy, Glass, Acrylic|
|Size||15.9 × 5.3 × 4.3cm|
|Power||USB Type C 5V|
This item features a VFD (Vacuum Fluorescent Display), which also is a vacuum tube that can emit a variety of light tones instead of a typical/fixed orangish Nixie color. VFD is a more modern and efficient technology that allowed the manufacturing of brighter, sharper, and more detailed displays.
Originally invented by Philips, VFD stand for Vacuum Fluorescent Display, which is a type of low-voltage vacuum tube display technology widely used through the 80s in hi-end consumer-electronics products by Japanese brands like AKAI, JVC and AIWA.