If you ask someone what they use a clock for, chances are you would get the reply: to tell the time. However, what if I told you that there is a product which is a clock yet confusingly would take you a while to be able to tell the time? Would you still think that it is suitable to be called a clock? Pardon me if I am not making any sense but I’m just bowled over by this Googly Eyed Clock. While not a very good clock – like I said earlier, it is pretty difficult to tell the time – but it certainly is hilarious.
What you have is a rectangular, white clock which has two giant eyes in front. How do you tell the time with it? Well, the left eye actually denotes the hour while the right eye goes by the minute.
They rotate as the time goes by so you will pretty much be left chuckling at the sight of two weirdly askew eyes staring back at you when you want to know the time. After a while, you do get used to the googly eyed motion or at least sufficiently enough to be able to guess the time. Either way, you are going to have some fun with the Googly Eyed Clock.
Have some fun with the Googly Eyed Clock and put it in your office. If all else fails, you will definitely draw lots of chuckles from your colleagues which will help lessen the stress. It makes a very good birthday present as well!
Finding the right bathroom mat for your home is not as easy as it seems, as some bathmats cannot absorb water well, some may cause you to slip, and some do not feel comfortable to your feet. However, the memory foam bathroom mat will not disappoint you, as it is designed to provide comfort, durability, excellent absorption and you also don’t need to worry about slipping on it.
How comfortable is it? The memory foam is ½” thick and able to conform to the unique feet shape. As a result, the impact on your joints can be reduced. It soothes your feet as well as relieves your pressure points too. When you stand on it, you can feel the softness of the foam bathroom mat. However, it would not buckle under your feet and provides you good cushioning and feet support instead.
The Memory Foam Bathroom Mat will also last you many years, as it will reclaim its original form once you step off the mat. Hence, it will not develop any permanent depressions, unlike other foam mats that degrade easily over time. You can also wash it using a washing machine, without worrying about it going out of shape.
The cover of the memory foam bathroom mat bathmat is made out of a polyester and polyamide material, having an ability to wick water away from your feet. It also can absorb moisture up to 2 times faster than typical bathmats. The non-slip backing of the Memory Foam Bathroom Mat also provides you sure footing, making it a safer bathmat for you and your family members.
People just won’t stop fusing things these days. Look at this adorable Whiteboard Wall Clock. Just from reading the name you would know that it is a cross-breed of a whiteboard and a wall clock – two of the things you need the most at your office.
Like any cross-bred child, this multi-functioning timepiece inherits only the best from its parents. While serving as a time-teller, little Whiteboard Wall Clock lets you write on his face too. Quite handy isn’t it? The clock is frameless so you can make a creative to-do-list by writing your plan beside every hour of the day. “Breakfast” beside 7; “See the Boss” beside 10 – whatever fits your schedule.
Just because it is also a wall clock does not means that it has to be round with narrow margin. The clock is placed at a corner of the board, leaving a wide space for you to scribble anything that crosses your mind onto the whiteboard. So while you are doodling away, the clock will remind you that it’s time to get back to work. See the reason why these two things were put together? They simply complement each other.
The package comes with a free magnetic whiteboard pen too so you don’t drop and forget about it. Its dimension is 35 x 35 x 5.5cm which is regretfully smaller than the conventional whiteboards. However, one thing that will make your eyes jump out of their socket is the price tag; $71. I’m off gluing my $2 wall clock onto my whiteboard.
There is nothing worse that lying in bed tossing and turning not being able to get to sleep because you are too warm. Many people have solved this by having air conditioning in their bedroom, however for the rest of us we make do with opening the window or having a fan. Sometimes though this just won’t do, what we really need is an air conditioned bed.
This household gadget called the Air Conditioned Bed Mat Soyo could solve those sleepless nights. Specifically it is a mat that you lay on that is able to absorb heat from the outside of your body. The warm air is expelled by a fan which is extremely quiet so that it does not disrupt your sleep. By moving the warm air that would normally be trapped on a conventional bed setup, cool air replaces the warm air therefore cooling the user down.
A timer supplied with the unit allows for personal settings to be set, for example you may want the coolest setting on early evening when its warmer and then have the lowest setting on in the early hours of the following morning.
The Air Conditioned Bed Mat Soyo Features:
- Size: about 965 x 925 x 76mm (38 x 36.4 x 3″)
- Materials: polyester 100% (front); polyester 85%, cotton 15% (back); polyester 67%, cotton 33% (cover)
- Weight: about 1.6kg (56.4 oz)
- Cord length: about 1.8m (5.9″)
- Power: DC12V, maximum 2W
- Adapter: AC100V (50-60Hz)
- Settings: strong, medium, weak
- Alternating mode also available
- Time: 6, 8 or 10 hours
- Includes: AC adapter, cover
- Instructions: Japanese
Clock-maker these days are eager to get the hands off the clock. Why? As explained by the intelligent design of Invotis Wall Gear Clock– it’s all about coolness. Perhaps this does not apply to everyone, but I personally love looking at some of the high-end watches that exposes its tiny little gears working tirelessly to make sure its owner arrives at meetings on time. I think it’s cool – it proves that a clock is more than just the face and the mismatched pair of hands – it got some intricate machinery working behind it.
Since hands no longer qualify for the clocks of the 21st century, Wil Van Den Bos employs a small black arrow to point to the numbers that represent every hour. The numbers 1 to 12 are established on the circumference of the monstrous gear wheel. And while the wheel spins, so does the time. Don’t worry about any noise pollution in your house if you decide to bring this home – the gears work slowly and quietly.
2 D batteries are required to keep the gears going round and round, but the batteries are not included. The clock is 22 inches in diameter and 26 inches high – a perfect dimension to add some funkiness to a boring wall. You get to choose between several colours too. However, it needs a little setup that can’t go wrong if you read the instruction. Throw in some $125 to show the world how much you love engineering.