Friday, January 30, 2009

Martin's rescued alarm clock

Our own Martin Leugers sends in this fantastic alarm clock he built, all from reclaimed materials. He rescued an alarm clock from the 80s and gave it new life as this very modern creation that makes use of several items that had piled up around his workshop.

Project includes
- One hideous thrift store alarm clock
- Scrap from a PSL (parallel strand lumber) beam
- Toggle switch from a sales sample kit
- 4 rubber feet (OK, those were new)

This one is from his personal collection, but Martin is available for custom work.

Image from Martin Leugers


  1. That is one sexy clock. Not to brag, but I've been in Martin's bedroom and I noticed it right away. For those of you who don't know- Martin is hot, so that's saying a lot.

  2. This clock far exceeds the ones currently sold at the MOMA. I would definitely put this in my collection.


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