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Newton's Gravity Glass is a sand-filled hourglass suspended in a liquid-filled glass cylinder.
Measures 3 minutes of time with either blue, yellow, or purple color liquid. A perfect corporate gift!
The Gravity glass is an awesome desk-topper and a question-generating eductional tool. When the cylinder is flipped, the sand within the hourglass moves down while the hourglass itself floats up
Hourglass inside the cylinder is a 3 minute timer
Love these little timers! Keep one on my dining table and everyone wants to play with it... We refer to them as our Hawaiian timer as the little swagger the bubbles make on the bottom of the timer on its way up to the top reminds us of a Hawaiian hula! Extremely well boxed and packaged, fast delivery.
The hour glass itself is great, but postage to NZ was a killer
I've been looking for an hourglass to time my brushing and my teeth look better because of it. It's pretty and so far my cats have failed in finding it.
WOW. quicker than I've received from anyone else on line. Good job!
My husband loves this new addition to his office and it's a nice stress reliever too. He saw one a while ago and commented on it so I was happy to find it on your site.
The packaging was great - no way this was breaking during shipping very secure. It arrived in perfect time and exactly what I wanted. Thank you!
I have given these hour glasses for the second year along with a note and a small monetary sum. I have received tremendous feedback
The service was amazing
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Filled with vibrant red sand this is a heavy, substantial piece. The hourglass is encased in acrylic, protecting it from breaking, making it an ideal gift for children (or children...
Filled with vibrant colors this is a solid timer. The hourglass is encased in acrylic, protecting it from breaking, making it an ideal gift for children (or children at heart)....
Newton's Gravity Glass is a sand-filled hourglass suspended in a liquid-filled glass cylinder. When the cylinder is flipped, the sand within the hourglass moves down and the hourglass itself floats...