QLOCKTWO W does not show the time with hands or digits. Time is
indicated on this purist watch as readable text, turning it into a
statement: “It is half past twelve”. The square watch face has a uniform
grid of 110 letters. When the stainless steel button is pressed, words
light up in unexpected places which describe the time. The initially
random order of the characters lends this wristwatch a mysterious
aesthetic. “QLOCKTWO W makes you aware of the moment. Showing the time
becomes an interesting experience for the owner,” explains Andreas Funk
from the design duo Biegert & Funk.
a square there is a grid of 110 letters. When the stainless steel
button is pressed, words light up in unexpected places which describe
the time. Whenever you look at your QLOCKTWO W it is a new experience.
The high-quality brushed stainless steel case measures 35 x 35 mm.
The watch is available with a 24 mm leather strap.
QLOCKTWO W shows next
to the time also the calendar date or even the seconds.
QLOCKTWO W is
available from autumn/winter 2012 in the versions polished, brushed or
black stainless steel respectively in the languages German, English and
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