I don't know about you, but I love solar eclipses. Only problem is, you can't look at them directly - or shouldn't, anyway. There are none of those rules with Cauca's Eclipsion clock though, which mimics solar eclipses with the positioning of the "hands." The clock costs $US80, with $US18 of shipping on top too. [Cauca via DesignMilk]
Tell The Time While Pretending This Clock Is A Solar Eclipse
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