NUFFRA Wall clock,

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A clock without the tick-tock. The mechanism has a silent movement so you can relax and sleep without being disturbed by the sound.

Article Number903.578.68

Product details

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

Highly accurate at keeping time as it is fitted with a quartz movement.


Gustav Carlberg

Article Number903.578.68
  • Batteries are sold separately; 1pc LR6 AA size 1.5V battery required.

    The hands are set using the dial on the back of the clock mechanism. Moving the hands directly with your fingers can destroy the clock mechanism.

  • Material
    Clock frame/ Backing:
    Front protection:

    Clean with a duster.

    The hands are set using the dial on the back of the clock mechanism. Moving the hands directly with your fingers can destroy the clock mechanism.

  • This product bears the CE mark.


Diameter: 9 ¾ "

Depth: 1 ½ "

  • NUFFRAArticle Number903.578.68

    Width: 10 "

    Height: 2 "

    Length: 10 "

    Weight: 14 oz

    Package(s): 1


Great clock for my space.NancieI needed a clock in my sewing room to keep me on time with my projects and the rest of my life. Great looking time piece!5
Perfect size wall clock for a small officeKarenSaw this clock and knew it would be just right for my small office. I wasn't disappointed.5
Nice and cuteSwetaNice and cute4
It looks nice on myClaudiaIt looks nice on my wall5
GreatClockDIAThe design of this clock brings elegance to whatever room its in!5
Just what it neededtmunizThe was the perfect size for over my sink. Looks great when you walk into the kitchen5
Looks good and easy for this old granny to seelives in a shoePleased with the size and attractiveness...looks like a “classy classic clock”. So far keeps time well.5
Great looking clock.SheryllZThe clock fits right in with our decor. It's very easy to read.4
Works well!mirnvWe've had it for two months in the kitchen and it has been working well. It is not late or early, shows the accurate time. And the children are learning Roman numerals.5
Beautiful Wall Clock504729This clock is made very well. The minute hand sweeps around quietly and does not tick tock like so many other clocks do.5
Great look!Jgh2010Just what I needed and wanted. Put up 3 for each time zone my daughters live in.5
Beautiful clock , great buy!!RudeDudeI bought this for a bedroom and it fits well with all the furniture currently there. Beautiful design and smooth mechanism makes this an awesome buy5
Love my clock! So cute and inexpensive!Carol14Adds personality to my laundry room!5
Great time.Joe 1It fits the kitchen design.5
Time to learnHifzaI brought because my youngest kid want to learn timing. That day only she can open the clock and clock is fell down and glass is broke. She cried lot because she did.1
No Ticking!DLM9Finally! I found a clock that was affordable and I don't have to hear the ticking movement. Perfect.4
Great valueDezmomI love this clock. It’s real glass, not plastic! Unfortunately my kid slammed the door where the clock was hung next to, it fell, and glass broke. This happened twice. I will need to get another one, the third one! I probably should hang it somewhere else. I love it that much. Well made, quiet, accurate, and cute.5
Looks great & at a good priceRaquetelasThis clock looked even better when I brought it home. And it's a great deal.5
Great productDeng2Very nice & classic for the decor we already have5
NUFFRA Wall clock, 9 ¾ "

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