What’s more unusual than owning a pocket watch? How about owning a pocket watch with a replica of Stonehenge inside?
Indeed, the world’s obsession with a bunch of rocks continues with a pocket watch that is nothing more than an elaborate sundial. In order to tell the time you must find a sunny spot and set up the gnomon (which I’m assuming is that little metal rod in the center of the Stonehenge replica) and position it based on the compass reading. There is also an analog watch on the back for rainy day time telling.
Fittingly enough, you can also accurately predict the winter and summer solstices.
Finally, 4000 year old technology in the palm of your hand.
The device is available from Think Geek for $39.99.
Posted by Sean