Kyouei Design's Water Clock uses a square base you can stack your plate and a cup on top and fill it up with water to float it with a couple of small balls in it. The magnets will create magic and reposition the balls to indicate hour and minutes.
Sounds cool, except that it'll cost you $325. [Vespoe via Notcot]
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