If any knob were to overthrow the power structure and subjugate the masses, it would be the Brutalist. Built to be strong, the knob boasts a double-walled plastic molded design with brass cup insert and set screw.
We call this knob the Brutalist because it evokes the raw, industrial look of so many massive concrete structures built in the mid-twentieth century. (If you're not familiar with this architectural style, you've got to look it up. These buildings are bad-ass.)
Choose from ten colors and start plotting your revolution.
Plastic with indicator
Brass cup insert with flat head set screw
For 1/4" (6.4mm) smooth shaft potentiometer
18mm diameter at the base
Random thing: The Brutalist "Marina City" tower buildings in Chicago dominate the album cover for Wilco's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. Vice's background piece on the album explains why.
Not random thing: We can't not shout out O.G. Small Bear Electronics, who has been stocking these knobs under the name "Contempo" for years. You rock!