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Keep your hours, minutes, and seconds in perfectly pixellated order with this bamboo clock designed by Yusuke Tsujita, which offers a checkerboard glimpse at the beautiful grain of the wood.
Five speeds, multiple color and finish options, and clean touch-control pad. Includes extra-long ice-crushing blades and a handy speed-control guide that walks you through which speed to use when.
This clock doesn’t play videos, won’t show the latest NBA scores, isn’t a portable music device, has no access to the Internet, and will never fit in your pocket. Nevertheless, its charmingly...
Inspired by George Nelson's famous "ball clock" and the kid's game "Pick-Up Sticks" this design comes in red, blue, green, orange, purple, or multi-color.
Ligne Roset's LED-lit Pixel clock recalls a time when life's simple pleasures—like sleeping in late—weren't seen as clear cause for alarm.
Boston-based Chroma Lab knows that color is key when you want to make a cheery statement. This eye-catching birch plywood wall clock will most certainly get your attention when you need to keep...
Manual piston machine made of chrome. Takes ground coffee.
A strong and unique-looking blender, with 600 watts of power, a 56-ounce glass jug, one simple push control button, and nice cord storage.
Professional-quality blender with a trademarked 40-ounce cloverleaf glass carafe; available in numerous colors. Substantial metal base and stainless steel blade, with two-speed toggle switch.
Manual piston machine made of triple-plated chrome. Takes ground coffee.
Greetings, earthlings! Take us to your iPod. Blast off with bumping beats from these Scandyna space oddities with sound as clear as a radio transmission from ground control to Major Tom.
Super-automatic machine made of ABS plastic. Takes whole beans and ground coffee.
600 watts of power in a stainless steel or matte-black finish base, with a 50-ounce glass container. Includes a built-in five-minute timer.
Semi-automatic machine made of heavy-gauge stainless steel. Takes ground coffee.
Designed by George Nelson in the late 1950s, the Petal Clock has been re-released by Vitra.
A classic since 1971, when Arne Jacobsen created it for the Danish National Bank in Copenhagan.
This German-made piece is modeled after classic Black Forest design and updated with sleek and modern proportions.