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Qlocktwo Watch – Time Display in Words

QLOCKTWO W brings the unique principle of the time display with words on your wrist. At first glance, no more than a matrix of seemingly randomly arranged letters is visible. Only on gentle touch of a button the time appears. “It’s thirty.” The time is displayed in five-minute increments, four small dots provide the exact minute display. Just like its award-winning models, the legendary QLOCKTWO CLASSIC and QLOCKTWO TOUCH. The high-quality brushed stainless steel case measures 35 x 35 mm. The watch is available with a 24-mm-leather strap. QLOCKTWO W is next to the time also the calendar or the seconds. QLOCKTWO W is polished in the variants, brushed stainless steel and black respectively in German, Dutch, English, Arabic, French, Spanish and Italian. If you want to experience the joy of watching time in words, this is one of the coolest wristwatches to go for.

Qlocktwo Watch – Time Display in Words
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9.3/10
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Genevieve Healey
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Size
35 x 35 mm
Strap
24 mm leather or rubber strap
Water Resistance
5 ATM
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