After we've tossed all those TokyoFlash mystery time-telling devices in the trash, we might just migrate back to having the time told to us in words, displayed in five-minute intervals. Sometimes that's close enough.
As usual, all this elegant Eurostyle and grace doesn't come cheap, setting you back $1565. For that steep price, at least you'd think they'd throw in a few of the $136 interchangeable faceplates. If QCLOCKTWO's price is too steep, just go to the iPhone App Store and get Biegert & Funk's QCLOCKTWO app (iTunes link) that works just like it for $0.99.
Here are more pics of the various colors and finishes, and a video of QCLOCKTWO, but you'd better brush up on your German: