MrZebra (zebrataur) wrote,

Saw Blade Clock

I had an old and rusted circular saw blade lying around, so I turned it into a clock!
The movement was only £2 from eBay, plus one large washer in the middle to hold it together.

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Heheh thanks! Yes, it needs to be firmly affixed to the wall, and preferably not too high up ;)

The choice of hands came down to either these or overly ornate wrought ones, which I felt would be too far out of place and wouldn't show up against the blade.
p.s. I hope you noted the typical zebra habitat: dangerous chunks of scrap metal, salvaged computer parts, cobbled-together electronics, and stripey artwork!