Qlocktwo is a handsome wall clock that eschews (great word btw, eschews) the common clock features of hands and numbers and replaces them with words. It spells out the time in everyday time-telling terms. Qlocktwo comes in any one of six languages- English, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, or French as well as your choice of six sharp looking colors. The 17 inch square clock has an acrylic plated front on a wooden backing. The clock tells time in five minute increments, as a one minute increment clock would take up half your wall. It runs about $1500 but if you’ve got an iPhone and a dollar you can get the similar but smaller looking app instead (yep, there’s an app for that).
Designmilk via technabob