Friday, October 23, 2015

Tick tock, I want that clock...

qlocktwo w watch
(Image shamelessly lifted from Biegert & Funk)
I just spotted the QLOCKTWO W watch in my magazine reading and instantly wanted it to use as a clock in a miniature scene.

The only problem is that I can't work out how to fit $1,000 into my current budget...

5 comments :

m1k1 said...

Brilliant, but I am desperate to know if at 7:31 the whole thing goes blank until 25 to 8, or does time stand still for 5 minutes - I can't see a 'just after' or 'almost' for the intermediate times. Is that what the word 'tense' is for in the bottom row - for when it can't tell you the time?

m1k1 said...

ah. maybe that's what the 4 lights are for at the bottom?

otterine said...

So awesome. I'm a huge fan of clocks, and the more interesting the better. :D

The Shopping Sherpa said...

m1k1: looks like there's an option to see the exact minute and second, if you need to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j04FkczITnA

otterine: have you seen the S.T.A.M.P.S watches? I bought one for my Kaleidoscope house when I was in London years ago: http://www.stampswatches.com/

Ishy said...

We have a full size version of this clock.... it is amazing. Was one of the few requests my fiance has had for the house.

The four dots at the bottom do represent the minutes. On ours the dots are i the corners though.

Would be awesome to have one for the doll house..... but not for $1000 *sighs*