Qlocktwo, designed by Biegert & Funk, makes a clever, minimalist clock that requires reading the time – literally. They have just unveiled the Qlocktwo W at Baselworld 2012. This is the wristwatch version of the Qlocktwo clock and works exactly the same way.
|The Qlocktwo W|
Press the button at three o’clock and the dial lights up to tell the time. But press the pusher twice and the calendar day is displayed; press it three times and the seconds are indicated. Currently the only languages available are English and German.
The case is 35 mm by 35 mm in brushed steel, with the option of a black coated steel case. And there is a choice of rubber or leather straps. Delivery will be in autumn with a price of about EUR550. Those interested can sign up on the Qlocktwo website to be notified when it’s available. – SJX
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