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Posted on 3/12/2009 05:08:00 PM

10 Most Stylish Clocks Ever

Meet the Dali Inspired Clock ($44.99). Inspired by Salvador Dali's famous melting clock from The Persistance of Memory, this tormented timepiece is sure to become a good conversation piece; it's the most surreal wall clock you'll ever own.

Powered by 4 x AAA batteries, this Digital Clock T-Shirt ($24.99) utilizes an electro-luminescent panel in front to display the time. The batteries --hidden inside a compartment-- will last between 12 - 36 hours depending on the flashing mode selected.
The Fruit-powered Clock ($15.99) combines micro-electronic technology with the natural electrical potential of a fresh fruit or vegetable. Just add a fresh orange, apple, lemon, lime, pear, banana, or any another convenient fruit or vegetable to the supplied components in this kit and you have the perfect synthesis of nature's own electrical power resource and the accuracy of a digital clock.

The Math Clock ($32.99) makes you solve the problem at ‘hand’ (quite literally) to determine the time.

With this Pizza Clock ($24.95) it's always time for everyone's favorite food. Ideal for any kitchen, dinning hall, pizza store, restaurant or Ninja Turtles' home.

Get this Pool Rack Clock ($26.91): the triangle mimics a pool rack frames the clock, while a simulated green pool table felt backs the clock. Numbered pool balls represent the hours of the day.

The Sushi Clock ($29.95) features different kinds of sushi served on a black plate, marking each hour with two chop stick hands.

The Table Book Clock ($29.99) proves that not all fancy gadgets have to be obvious. This one masquerades as a set of books on a shelf.

The Water-Powered Clock ($39.99) is actually powered by the very salt and water mixture that occupies 70% of the earth's surface. Without the need for batteries, the Eco-Friendly clock keeps perfect time as electrodes harvest energy from the water. All you have to do to make the clock run is fill its tank up with tap water and depending on the particles that are in your water system you may need to add a small amount of table salt. All that is required is changing or adding water and a dash of salt every 2 to 3 weeks. And the clock even remembers the time as you change the water!

The Whatever Clock ($21.99) is a clock for people who really don’t care what time it is. Get lost in time with this creative clock, individually hand-painted and lead free.

All products can be purchased at Amazon.com

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~PakKaramu~ on Mar 12, 2009, 6:56:00 PM  

Loh jam nya kok sudah capek ya !