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A great gift for the traveler in your life.

Travel often? The Korean design firm Elevenplus has created a minimalist clock that rotates to display the time in 24 different time zones, listed by city along the cylindrical body—from New York/Bangkok to Pago Pago/Paris.

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When you roll the clock to switch to a new time zone, the hour and minute hands keep ticking independently, so you're never stuck in a time warp. Now all you need is a cure for jet lag.

World Clock by Elevenplus, $49 at Leibal.

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