You may say the world is round, but I say I can fit it in to a barrel-here’s the reason why: Globetrotters generally tend to sleep the night in Japan and trot to Seattle the next day. Many a times you tend to forget which time zone you are in, let alone the city! But keeping pace with your frequent-flier miles is this barrel-shaped desk clock. It has twelve sides each with the name of two major cities. Thus you have twenty-four cities representing twenty-four different time zones. Sleeping in Seattle, you can check out the local time in Japan, you need to roll the clock so the city representing that time zone is on top. Charlotte van der Waals designs a handy companion for businessmen and travelers alike, the World Time Clock.
The World Time Clock retails for $74.