The Water Clock is one of the more unique clock designs I’ve ever seen. Designed by Kouichi Okamoto, the clock has a ceramic base. Inside the base are two powerful magnets. You place a plate, glass, or anything that can hold water on top of the ceramic base and the magnets move the red and white balls around the water to reflect the current time. It costs $299 but it’s definitely a clock you’re not going to see just anywhere.
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Master Magnetics CA293WAX8 Magnet Fastener, Rectangular with Double-Sided Foam Adhesive Nickel Plated, 3" Length, 0.878" Width, 0.250" Height, 22 Pounds (Pack of 8)