Moving in and out of focus, time turns elastic with the Stretch Clock. It’s a normal looking clock designed by Charles Heydinger but it’s made entirely out of rubber. With the hole in each corner and the included pegs, you can stretch the clock to a variety of shapes from 9″-12″. Personally I’d make the 9-5 hours shorter and the nights longer. Costs $50.
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wow are you sure it can be stretched? If that will happen time changes.lol haha
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