Maybe in eastern Asia they're a little more comfortable with making consumer electronics in the shape of...well, body parts, which may explain how the Sensor Clock came about. Aside from looking sort of like "that," it does actually have some uses. The three "windows" (excuse the Google translation) show time, temperature and date. When it vibrates (...), the Sensor Clock lights up is a colorful display rivaled only by the upcoming fireworks shows all across the US. It's $30, but the look on people's faces when you show them it may make it worth importing.

Product Page (in Japanese) [Rakuten via The Red Ferret Journal]