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Qlocktwo

Qlocktwo

Tired of the tyranny of time's dependable henchmen, numbers? Hang a Qlocktwo (€885; roughly $1,100) on your wall. This unique clock uses common phrases — like "it is a quarter past two" — to notify you of the time, with a lacquered wooden body supporting either a satin stainless steel or a polished synthetic glass front surface via eight magnets. LED lighting technology keeps things readable, and an ambient light sensor keeps the thing from giving your house a neon-lit bar room vibe — which is about the last thing a laptop-priced clock should do. [Thanks, Paul]

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