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The watch maker Romain Jerome has created this watch from this event.

From Gizmodo:
From the same chap who brought us the watch with actual moon dust and parts from Apollo 11, comes the timely (sorry) Icelandic Eyjafjallajökull watch. With—you guessed it—volcanic ash. Pretty fast, considering it only erupted last week.
Romain Jerome's design looks burnt to the crisp, but if that's the style your wrist has been craving then be quick—there's just one available. The price isn't listed as it's one of those cases where if you have to ask you really can't afford it—but considering there's still thousands of stranded people all across the world trying to fly home via Europe, you could probably trade them a loan of your speedboat for their far-classier Rolex
 

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Brilliant pictures, but scary...lets hope the scientists are wrong; "...when the Eyjafjallajokull volcano erupts, Katla follows — the only question is how soon..."

Katla is the bigger and meaner sister of Eyjafjallajokull. In 1783 she erupted and caused weather disturbances for several years in Europe.


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sharkfinDave said:

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The Mordor watch :-\ .
Being honest, I guess for a LOTR fan this would be kind of cool, as a memorabilia.

But for a W[b]I[/b]S, I find this offending. It bothers me to see somebody trying to milk the cash cow based on the troubles and difficulties of another human being [IMG].
 

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pete26 said:
Awesome pics Tony, Nature at her most powerfull. How are you going this fine Anzac Day? Nice tuna

Cheers

Peter
Hi Peter, yes it is a perfect day for the ANZAC parade, just heading off to Cleveland to watch the local march.
I've a couple more photos of the volcano that might be of interest, will post later.

cheers Tony
 
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