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    2M Euro desk clock

    We all need a little reminder in the office or on the night stand, of the car we love.

    What you see here, is a holder designed to hold an e30/28 style euro clock, a 2 button digital or other various OBCs. Mounted to a 12v (1.5A) wall plug, which has been safety certified.
    I had this clock plugged in for a week, no overheating issues, and it kept time perfectly.

    This clock sits on your desk, fully functional like it was in your car, keeps time, and even illuminates.
    You get the metal base holder, and the wiring loom to power the clock, you will need to supply the clock, or the OBC or clock of your choice.

    This has taken a while to complete, be the first to get in on this limited production run.
    Big thanks to tendoyle102 for help with design

    45$ plus shipping
    55$ w/ Switch


    please order on 2mshiftboots.com













    Last edited by Matt-B; 01-09-2018, 11:55 PM.


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    #2
    I like it [emoji106]

    I'd LOVE it if the metal bezel that surrounds the clock was black, or a darker stained wood.

    I'll have to put this on my list of "things i really want, don't need, but I'll inevitably order when drunk" things. Great job :)

    Sent from my SM-N910V using Tapatalk

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      #3
      I left the steel unfinished, i know people will have different tastes, so i want them to be able to get it coated to their specific taste.

      thanks for the kind words though


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        #4
        Bump for a neat product...
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          #5
          Originally posted by Austin! View Post
          Bump for a neat product...
          thanks Gobby


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            #6
            So can I think you should add a switch to turn the light on for night illumination. That being said nice work.
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              #7
              good morning


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                #8
                that's cool

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                  #9
                  thanks man, i am making options with a switch to turn off illumination for those who do not want it.


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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Matt-B View Post
                    thanks man, i am making options with a switch to turn off illumination for those who do not want it.
                    why don't you source the clock as well? that way lazy people like me don't have to.

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                      #11
                      well, i have bought in bulk before, some come worn out or broken.

                      I am trying to find some


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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Matt-B View Post
                        I left the steel unfinished, i know people will have different tastes, so i want them to be able to get it coated to their specific taste.

                        thanks for the kind words though

                        Good thinking.

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                          #13
                          bump,

                          adding a switched option to turn off illumination for daytime


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                            #14
                            bump


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                              #15
                              Do you have pictures of the switched version?
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