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See A Crystal Ball In Your Future?

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94069P1 GAZING BALL
$24.95 EACH
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See A Crystal Ball In Your Future?
Well, if you had a crystal ball, you'd be able to see that there's a crystal ball in your future, and you'd know not to pass up this very, very nice glass gazing ball. It's 4-1/4" dia (and heavy) and comes with a footed dark-wood stand that spins smoothly. The stand is just over 3" dia. Together, the ball and stand are 6-1/4" tall. Comes in a presentation and storage box. The perfect accessory for your next fortune-telling gig.
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Time Is Running Out...
Like the days of our lives, the sand in these large glass timers is running out. You pick the hour-glass in a double teardrop shape with blue sand, which takes approx an hour to empty (nothing was certain in the pre-digital age, my friend), and stands 11-1/4" tall x 4" dia; or the three-chamber half-hour glass that measures 9" tall x 3-3/16" top and bottom, with red sand. Keep one on your desk and no one can accuse you of being a clock-watcher, or use it anywhere you'd rather not hear a beep.
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95278P1 BLUE HOURGLASS
$21.95 EACH
Beauty Of A Stirling Engine
Use this little stainless beauty to teach teenagers and older students how heat engines work Then keep it on your desk, where you deserve to have it! This low-temperature-differential Stirling engine is beautifully machined. It works with hot water, ice water, a combination of hot water with ice cubes, or a hair dryer. It measures 5-3/4" tall with a 3-5/8" dia flywheel and a 3-1/2" dia x 7/8" tall base. The speed with hot water is approx 150 rpm. This is a real showpiece, the best we've ever seen at this price. Includes a 7-page instruction booklet.
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$89.95 EACH
New Life On Your Desk
Go beyond the standard desktop distractions with these extra cool devices and make your co-workers jealous in the process. This twofer will score you a radiometer and a self-sculpting sand duner. The radio meter is a 5” high evacuated clear glass bulb (on a base) with a four-bladed vane inside that spins at different speeds depending on how much light it detects. The sand duner is a 7” x 5” frame that holds various colors of sand inside and never stops moving--a constant creator of artistic, mesmerizing sand dunes. You’ll never be more relaxed or inspired at work.
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