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Time Cube Clock Is Rarely An Actual Cube

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The $12 Cube Clock is shaped like a cube at noon and midnight but rotates to create all kinds of crazy-ass shapes in the interim. "The largest triangle is for displaying hours while the medium is for minutes and the small triangle on the edge represents seconds." At only $12, the clock makes a great stocking stuffer for Christmas. Alternatively, you could stuff it into the bottom of a sock and use it to beat off a would-be thief. Just trust me, you don't wanna use your hand.

Hit the jump for a couple pictures of the rotational fun!

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Interesting Cube Clock [gadgetvenue]

Thanks to Emile, who invented a Sphere Clock, but the prototype rolled off the desk and broke.

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