The Qlocktwo Touch is a 5-inch by 5-inch desktop alarm clock that has a distinctive way of displaying the time. A matrix of seemingly random letters turn on and off to show the time with written words. The words are illuminated with LEDs that shine through a precision-cut aluminum block. In addition, the front plate of the clock is removable and can be replaced with a series of different colored plates, including red, blue, green, and purple. The shape is purely modern, with clean lines and an elegant aluminum base. The written-word time is displayed to the nearest 5 minutes and the four corners of the clock have dots that light up to get the precision down to the single minute.
At $599 for the desktop version and $1000 for the wall clock, this is clearly not the gift for a bargain hunter. There is no reason to fret because the clock is available for $1 as an Android App or an iOS App.