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Typographic QLOCKTWO

The QLOCKTWO features the time in typographic time format in 5-minute intervals, plus a minute dot at each of the four corners for to-the-minute precision. Each letter is LED-illuminated through the acrylic glass surface with polished edges, along with the wooden body, the QLOCKTWO is a 4 kg masterpiece handmade in Germany. Behind the elegant minimalist design is some great engineering, including a light sensor that automatically adjusts brightness to ambient lighting as well as time synchronization.

The QLOCKTWO comes in different colours and is available in 6 different languages (including English… of course!) at the Beigert & Funk online store for only 885 euros. Wait… what?! 885 euros? Luckily, for those of us who are still shell-shocked by the price tag, Beigert & Funk now offers the QLOCKTWO POCKET iPhone App at USD 0.99!

For more info, visit the QLOCKTWO website.

via swissmiss

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Comment
  • ev

    oh i love this! so modern~!

  • ben

    i actually downloaded their iPhone App! but i need to open the app to see the clock… is there any way to make the clock my first screen when i press that top button?

  • http://www.absolutecomfortonsale.com/ memory foam

    I remember reading sometime of a study that was done showing that reading digital clocks activates the logic side of the brain, whereas clocks with hands activate more the spatial, intuitive side. I think this clock would probably fall more in the second category, or might involve both sides, either of which is probably a good thing.