QLOCKTWO W Wristwatch Puts Time into Words
April 11th, 2012
Remember that awesome wall clock that told the time with words instead of numbers? The QLOCKTWO was then offered as an alarm clock as well. Now, Biegert & Funk have announced the QLOCKTWO W, a wristwatch version of their famous wordy design.
The QLOCKTWO W wristwatch measures 35 × 35 × 7 mm and has a 110-letter grid, which remains blank until a stainless steel button is pressed. As soon as this happens, the case lights up to describe in words the time. Initially, I thought that this watch would fetch a premium price, but after thinking about the kind of watches that Tokyoflash releases, it shouldn’t be that expensive. Still, the alarm clock sold for about $650 USD, so the watch will probably be expensive too.
The QLOCKTWO W will be released this autumn, but you can leave your information with Biegert & Funk to receive the latest updates. At launch, it will be available with a stainless steel or black case, in either English or German.