Watch face has 110 letters, tells time in words instead

Following in the wordy tradition of its Qlocktwo predecessors, the Qlocktwo W puts German design firm Biegert & Funk's distinctive time-telling interface onto your wrist. As you've no doubt already noticed, there's no watch-hands here, just a matrix of 110 letters that spell the time out for you.

You're going to have to wait until later this year to pick up a Qlocktwo W (you can toss your name in the newsletter hat at the bottom of this page here, if you're interested), though Biegert & Funk also has a wall clock, an alarm clock and an app featuring the same elegant letter matrix (which has been developed in both English and German).

The LED-lit Qlocktwo W is gorgeous and functional, but there's no word on how much it costs just yet. That said, Biegert & Funk are high-end products and are priced as such. We've reached out to the company to find out just what that number is and will update here when we hear back.

Qlocktwo W, via Design Milk

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