Matrix Cube Alarm Clock Helps You Block Out Your Time

Posted: May 7 2010, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 12:04pm CDT , in Shopping Tips


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The Matrix Cube Alarm Clock is available at ThinkGeek for $34.99.

Don't you just love when you have new and innovative products? There is something about having something so unique that everyone that sees it asks about it. Well with the Matrix Cube Alarm Clock, you can have all the attention of having something unique and cool.

The clock consists of three 3.5" square cubes. Each cube gives you a piece of time. One cube is for the hour the next is for the minutes and the third is for the seconds. A thin ribbon of cable connects them so they can be stacked vertically, horizontally or in a pyramid depending on how you want it to look for the day.

The clock can be put into two formats either 12 or 24. So if you like your military time it has you covered. It also has an alarm clock with a snooze button so you have some time to go back to sleep if you need it. This is a fun and unique clock it would make a perfect gift for someone in your life or just buy it for yourself so everyone will ask you all about it.

The Matrix Cube Alarm Clock is available at ThinkGeek for $34.99.

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