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QLockTwo Tells Time by Using Words

QlockTwo Clock: Totally Geeky or Geek Chic?

Forget old, traditional clocks with those lame arms — the QlockTwo (around $1,200) timepiece is breaking all the rules over here. Set in a wooden box with a custom color glass face, this clock uses little lightup words to tell you the time in five-minute increments. Not only does it give you an update every five, but for all you traditionalists who need a more accurate quote, you can check the little (more familiar) clock in the bottom corner.

Need the time my friend? Well, it is five to 11. Says so right there. But you're on your own for the a.m. and p.m. specification.

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cherryblossom cherryblossom 7 years
I love it, but i think that regular clocks are better for brain stimulation since you have to for lack of a better word decipher the time instead of it being told to you.
vivaciousv1114 vivaciousv1114 7 years
I would love one of those! Very chic.
pouvoir pouvoir 7 years
This is so awesome.
pouvoir pouvoir 7 years
This is so awesome.
karyney karyney 7 years
I love this so much.
karyney karyney 7 years
I love this so much.
bethinabox bethinabox 7 years
OMG that is so cool! I love it!
ManiMartinixo ManiMartinixo 7 years
Maybe I'm blind but I don't see the clock in the corner :(
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