Accurate quartz or radio controlled time offered in various finishes and styles. Many models feature moon phase, temperature, forecast icons, and alarm clocks.
Projection Clocks project the time and/or temperature on your wall or ceilings. Many models feature a time alarm with snooze and a USB charging port.
Analog clocks have moving mechanical parts and come in a variety of sizes and styles. In addition, some measure weather conditions such as temperature and humidity!
Outdoor clocks make a perfect accessory for any outdoor space. All are weather proof and make knowing the time a breeze. Some models offer temperature and humidity too!
Analog clocks have moving mechanical parts and come in several colors and finishes. Some models tell more than time and can use a wood base or be mounted on the wall!
By monitoring the time and the moon's movements, tide clocks display current tide and how many hours until high/low tide. Some models can use a wood base or be mounted on the wall. Perfect for anyone living near tidal influenced areas!
The word clock is derived from the Celtic words clagan and clocca meaning "bell," though in modern times "clock" generally refers to any device for measuring and displaying time. The clock is one of the oldest human inventions, meeting the need to consistently measure intervals of time shorter than the natural units (day; lunar month; and year).
Analog clocks use a fixed numbered dial or dials and moving hand or hands. It usually has a circular scale of 12 hours, which can also serve as a scale of 60 minutes, and 60 seconds if the clock has a second hand. Many other styles and designs have been used throughout the years, but the only other widely used clock face today is the 24 hour analog dial. Digital clocks display a numeric representation of time with typically one of two numeric display formats: 12-hour notation with AM/PM indicator and 24-hour notation with hours ranging 00-23. Most digital clocks use an LCD or LED display and many can update or reset themselves based on radio or Internet time servers that are tuned to national atomic clocks.