Projection clocks are dime a dozen, but this one's different, tossing a good old-fashioned analog clock face onto the wall that can be up to 3 feet in diameter. It has an 80-watt halogen bulb doing the shining, which must mean it's too bright to be destined for your nightstand.
It's actually not a bad-looking clock; with its cool see-through injection-molded acrylic case, you can peer into its convoluted innards. If you can figure out what to do with its power cable, you can even mount the smallish 7-inch-tall clock on the ceiling. Available now for $159.95.