That’s right, this hand-made “Liquid Time Clock” retails at a whopping $85,000, and that’s just for the 7ft. model — the 35ft model will set you back $495,000. Here’s how it works:

…vacuum system propels liquid to the top resevoir every 12 hours, and from there, liquid naturally drives a pendulum that keeps the clock pumping. As spheres fill, they denote the hours (left) and minutes (right). Interestingly, the minute markers only account for 58 total minutes. The missing two minutes are occupied by the time it takes the pipes to drain

[via GizmodoTFOT]

That’s right, this hand-made “Liquid Time Clock” retails at a whopping $85,000, and that’s just for the 7ft. model — the 35ft model will set you back $495,000. Here’s how it works:

…vacuum system propels liquid to the top resevoir every 12 hours, and from there, liquid naturally drives a pendulum that keeps the clock pumping. As spheres fill, they denote the hours (left) and minutes (right). Interestingly, the minute markers only account for 58 total minutes. The missing two minutes are occupied by the time it takes the pipes to drain

[via GizmodoTFOT]