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June 11, 2006

Dyslexic Clock

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Made of stainless-steel, 11" in diameter, you position the movable magnetized digits however, wherever — and whenever — it suits you.

$40 at the Hirshhorn Museum shop (Seventh Street and Independence Avenue SW) in Washington, D.C.

It doesn't appear you can order online directly; rather, you have to email (hirshhorn_museumstore@si.edu) or call (202-357-1429) to buy one.

[via Holly E. Thomas and Michelle Thomas in their "Sunday Shopper" feature in today's Washington Post]

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