It’s been over 2 months since we last explored the the Tindie Flea Market. This is the home overstock and gently used hardware so dig through your inventory and put up a listing for interesting gear you’re no longer using. Here’s a brief sampling of what’s up for sale this month!
IN-28 ИН-28 IN28 ИН28 Nixie Tubes
What could be more “Tindie Flea Market” than a pair of vintage Russian Nixie tubes? As with any of this type of indicator, be sure you’ve got the needed 170+ volts available to power them.
Collector’s Item? Intel Galileo Board
Remember when Intel was part of the Maker Market? That came to an end last summer when they discontinued their Joule, Galileo, Edison, and Arduino 101 boards. It’s hard to say if these will become collectible but it’s hardly taking a risk to pick up an almost-new Galileo board for $1.
2017 Hackaday Superconference Badge
Beloved for one glorious weekend, Desiredusername is making sure this unique hardware doesn’t go unused. This camera badge can take still images and low framerate video. On board hardware for this badge includes a 128×128 color OLED display, an accelerometer, camera, SD card, and a variety of other equipment for your hacking pleasure. If you didn’t get to go to the conference, here’s your chance to own a piece of history! And if that doesn’t work out, here’s a separate listing… So two chances.
Glowing Electronic Car Sign
Do you ever want to talk to the car in back of you? Sure, there are “ways” to do this, but they tend to be quite limited and generally hostile. This electronic car sign allows you to choose from one of three designs that you program into it. It could certainly be useful, but be sure to comply with any local automotive sign restrictions.
Kururin Skill Toy
This interesting wooden toy features a weight on each end. As shown in the video, it can be flipped and balanced, reminiscent of the way that a weighted boxing dummy always rises to its feet. Perhaps these will be the next spinner craze!