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BONDTOLVAN Wall clock, gray-pink,

$12.99
Batteries sold separately. IKEA recommends LADDA rechargeable batteries. This clock also works with alkaline batteries, 1xAA.

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BONDTOLVAN

BONDTOLVAN wall clock is designed by Aaron Probyn in a timeless and discreet yet clear and functional style. Everything so that you can keep track of the time – without being reminded of it.

Article Number005.110.15

Product details

The hour markers of the clock blend into the grey background – but it is still easy to read the time thanks to the pink minute and hour hands.

The simple shape and neutral grey color make the clock easy to match with your other furnishings.

No disturbing ticking sounds since the clock has a silent quartz movement.

Fitted with a quartz movement, it is accurate at keeping time.

Designer

Aaron Probyn

Article Number005.110.15
  • Batteries sold separately. IKEA recommends LADDA rechargeable batteries. This clock also works with alkaline batteries, 1xAA.

  • Material
    Front protection:
    Acrylic
    Hands:
    Aluminum, Paint
    Clock face/ Clock frame:
    ABS plastic (min. 20% recycled)
    Care

    Clean with a duster.

  • This product bears the CE mark.

Measurements

Depth: 1 ½ "

Diameter: 9 ¾ "

  • BONDTOLVANArticle Number005.110.15

    Width: 10 "

    Height: 1 ¾ "

    Length: 10 ¼ "

    Weight: 1 lb 4 oz

    Package(s): 1

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

“Most people have cell phones to check the time and we’ve forgotten how nice it is to have clocks at home when we’re surrounded by digital products. When I designed BONDTOLVAN, I wanted to create clocks with beautiful shapes and lovely colors. For example, I’ve given the analog alarm clock a pedestal to elevate its height, and the wall clock’s simple, clean design makes it pleasing and easy to read. As always, I hope people feel an emotional connection with these clocks.”

Designer Aaron Probyn