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The Wristwatch in words

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Of course telling the time isn’t exactly a chore, but why bother?

This sleek timepiece takes the last remnants of effort out of telling the time, spelling it out for you in plain English.

Rather than hands, or even numbers, the QLOCKTWO by Biegurt & Funk allows you to read the time straight off its square grid of 110 characters. Just touch its single button and letters light up to form sentences like, “It is twenty past eight.”

And it’s a good-looking gadget too with a masculine combination of black leather and stainless steel.

You’ll be able to buy your own QLOCKTWO from Autumn 2012. And you can see more pictures and find out more by clicking here.

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