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  1. QLOCKTWO makes you stop and look at time in a different way. The typographical display combines the moment with the written word and turns it into a statement. The 45 x 45 cm clock, made of wood with multiple coats of paint, can be used as a wall clock or as a free-standing object. The front panel of the QLOCKTWO is fixed by magnets. In this way it can be changed without visible means of attachment. QLOCKTWO CLASSIC has a command of thirteen languages. The clock face can easily be changed to display a different language. The corresponding front cover is required for the chosen language. The front covers are available as extras and can be quickly exchanged. Languages: Arabic, Swiss German, German, Danish, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Russian, Swedish, and Turkish Easy to read: The words on the clock face change every five minutes. In each corner, light points represent the minutes in between with radio controlled precision. Illumination: Sensors adjust the light automatically to ambient light conditions so that even at night the clock can be easily read. The brightness can also be manually adjusted. Seconds mode: When the seconds mode is activated - using the two buttons at the back of the clock - the seconds are displayed as large figures on the front matrix. In seconds mode the minute points in the corners are still viable. Radio reception: QLOCKTWO CLASSIC is set to receive the European time signal and adjusts the time automatically to the second. If however the clock is outside the time signal then the clock switches automatically to a very accurate quartz mode.

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    $1,690.00
  2. Belief in progress and growing economic prosperity were central aspects of the American way of life around 1950. Everything seemed possible, and people strove to be 'modern'. With the aim of bringing modern design into American homes, George Nelson conceived a wide array of everyday objects: lamps, clocks and other domestic accessories. Up until the 1970s, the Nelson office created many different items for the home, including the 'Bubble Lamps' and the 'Ball Clock', which became icons of mid-century modern design. The Desk Clocks are available in a diverse range of shapes and materials. Equipped with high-quality quartz movements, they continue to offer a refreshing alternative to conventional clocks.

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    $405.00
  3. Block is an alarm clock with a small but strong appearance. A fusion of aesthetics and functionality, and a compromise between delicacy and robustness. The design is simple, but with a lot of surprising details. At night the fluorescent hands will become visible and the whole dial can be lit up by pushing the snooze button on top.

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    $69.00
  4. The tile is designed as a minimalistic interior object that can either stand or hang on a wall. The softened square shape in combination with timeless ceramics and contemporary bamboo, gives this clock its subtle character.

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    $199.00
  5. The word Luddite refers to a movement in the early nineteenth century by a group of British textile artists who protested the changes brought to their industry by the Industrial Revolution, often they destroyed mechanical looms, which they felt were taking work away from themselves. The items in this collection are inspired by this idea of turning back the clock and focusing on a simpler way of living.

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    $50.00
  6. The word Luddite refers to a movement in the early nineteenth century by a group of British textile artists who protested the changes brought to their industry by the Industrial Revolution, often they destroyed mechanical looms, which they felt were taking work away from themselves. The items in this collection are inspired by this idea of turning back the clock and focusing on a simpler way of living.

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    $28.00
  7. The word Luddite refers to a movement in the early nineteenth century by a group of British textile artists who protested the changes brought to their industry by the Industrial Revolution, often they destroyed mechanical looms, which they felt were taking work away from themselves. The items in this collection are inspired by this idea of turning back the clock and focusing on a simpler way of living.

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    $24.00
  8. The word Luddite refers to a movement in the early nineteenth century by a group of British textile artists who protested the changes brought to their industry by the Industrial Revolution, often they destroyed mechanical looms, which they felt were taking work away from themselves. The items in this collection are inspired by this idea of turning back the clock and focusing on a simpler way of living.

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    $16.00
    • Designed by George Nelson
    • Part of the Vitra Nelson Clocks Collection.
    • Materials: Walnut. Varnished aluminum.
    • Arrives ready to hang. Battery operated.

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    $545.00
    • Designed by George Nelson
    • Part of the Vitra Nelson Clocks Collection.
    • Materials: Walnut.
    • Arrives ready to hang. Battery operated.

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    $640.00

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