MB&F, who make all sorts of time-keeping tech, have lifted up the bed covers and shown off their newest creation to the world.
That creation is a huge mechanical spider clock, called Arachnophobia.
What would drive you to buy such a bizarre-but-intricately-designed insect replica? Status? Maybe. IKEA being totally sold out of wall clocks? Possibly.
You can't argue that it's not a seriously smart piece of tech, though. The legs are injection moulded, so you have to use a special key set to wind it up, and the abdomen houses a mechanically gear-turning L’Epée 1839 movement.
Only thing we know for sure is that it's perhaps the most expensive way to scare the shit out of any spider-fearing visitors you might have. That's because this thing will cost you about £10,000. The gold version, an eye-watering £12,000...