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Here is what you can do with all those old/spare bike brake discs you have lying around!You will need:- bicycle brake disc- cheap quartz wall clock- superglue- ruler- ...
If your brake disc is an old one and very rusty - like mine was - then get a little 'brasso' or other metal cleaning stuff and a ...
Now get your cheap unbranded quartz wall clock, just like in the picture here. It helps that when you are choosing the clock, the length of the minute ...
Now get the ruler and use it to find the vertical and horisontal middles of the facing side of the clock box, it might help to put little ...
Now attach the hands to the centre of the clock - Hour hands first, then minute, then second hand. Again, be gentle with them.
You can now either put a large screw through the 12 o'clock hole and hang the clock on the wall, or like me, you can attach the legs ...
Now stick the battery into the back of the clock body - the hands will start moving. Tune the clock by turning the little round wheel on the ...
Please constructive criticism comments only for this one, as this was my first instructable. Also, please post the pictures of the brake disc clocks you made!
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