I wanted to design a clock that would sit under my main monitor, and so I 
didn't want it to be distracting while still maintaining good tube life. I 
prefer my neon to be calm :)
The slot machine effect is still perfectly valid for those that don't mind 
having the clock flash obnoxiously every few minutes.

On Thursday, 8 March 2018 19:55:31 UTC+3, Keith Moore wrote:
> Am I the only one who thinks the slot machine effect is much nicer to see 
> than this alternative? However, I am on-board if this actually helps 
> longevity. 
> The slot machine effect is usually what gets non-nixie folks excited about 
> the display. It's the "blinky-lights gets the attention" effect.  :-) 

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