By David Forbes / Cathode Corner
$999 / on sale soon-ish.
The second version of the Scope Clock is currently in production and will hopefully be on sale soon. The display of the clock is a CRT display originally intended for oscilloscopes. All of the display characters are drawn as vector images, unllike the AVR based Scop Clock kit sold by SparkFun Electronics.
In the updated version of the Scope Clock, the housing has been completely redesign to fit in a much smaller cylindrical housing. I can’t tell for sure but it appears to still be based on the 3RP1A CRT. The time is set via GPS. You need to program the UTC Offset and DST parameters but once it finds a GPS signal, this will be the most accurate clock in your house!
The new version: http://www.cathodecorner.com/scra/index.html
The original version: http://www.cathodecorner.com/sc100.html
I'm a hobbyist and this is not supposed to be a business, but I'm considering to build and sell one or two clocks every once in a while to fund other projects, if someone wants one.
Like David did with his SC200 board, I have made schematics, boards, 3D models, and software (GPL) freely available, so I hope you will find the site interesting and useful.