TROMMA Wall clock, white,

Batteries are sold separately; 1pc LR6 AA size 1.5V battery required.

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With punched holes that form numbers on the dial, the background is visible through the clock. Add a colored piece of paper behind it to enjoy an almost completely new clock. Let your creativity flow!

Article Number804.542.90

Product details

The numbers on the dial are small punched holes, so the color of the wall is visible through the numbers and creates a nice effect.

Batteries are sold separately; 1pc LR6 AA size 1.5V battery required.


Gustav Carlberg

Article Number804.542.90
  • Clock frame:

    Polypropylene plastic (min. 20% recycled)

    Front protection:



    ABS plastic

  • This product bears the CE mark.


Diameter: 9 ¾ "

    Wall clockArticle Number804.542.90

    Height: 1 ½ "

    Weight: 7 oz

    Diameter: 9 ¾ "

    Package(s): 1


ClockKathleenVery inexpensive! Nice look. Hard to see numbers if clock is not in a lighted area. Numbers are white. Black numbers instead could be seen.5
Good Value Well job doneYukeiFor less than $3 I did not expect much. But surprisingly it matches the wall and the shadow between the clock and wall make the letters visible clearly which was the only concern I had when I first realized the letters are actually holes.4
Neat clockDeepakA very night light and nice clock. Looks good during the day but hardly visible with low light, May need additional diy to make it visible under low light conditions4
Quiet wall clockXueweigreat value for the cost.5
Clock lolNANCYIf your wall is white you will not be able to read numbers. Crazy.1
Love itsI got 35
Beautiful!CynthiaI work from home and have to make phone calls to different time zones. I bought 3 of these and have them set to the different time zones making it easy to see what it is. I put different colored paper behind the numbers and they look fantastic.5
Cheap enough to use everywhereSharonFun purchase5
Works great.NicoleMatches our decor well. It’s very simple but adds the perfect flair.5
Nice clockCecileIt looks nice, tells time, and provides easy battery changing and setting.5
Great clockPATTYLove that the numbers take on the color of the wall.4
Awesome product👏👏👏👏👏👏ronicaAwesome product👏👏👏👏👏👏5
Great clock and great valueCaroleFor the low price, I was worried that I was going to get something awful. But it works fine, looks cute in the living room, and we couldn't be happier.5
Cute sassy and already thinkingJudithCute sassy and already thinking another item for Christmas stockings or ornaments for packages…5
Very cool lookingCYNTHIAVery cool looking5
cheapVilmavery decorative & cheap!!!5
ClockRENATOGood value money for the products5
We added led lights attachedRosemaryWe added led lights attached to back. Looks awesome!5
Great clockAndreaBought this to replace a different IKEA clock. The other one was not digital and the ticking sound was annoying. This is the second one of this style we purchased for different homes. Looks good, no noise and keeps time.5
Love my new Wall Clock!Beth....because it's lightweight and looks so nice on the wall. This clock is modern-looking and has unique dotted-perforated numerals that let light through against the wall, which is what attracted me to it. Another incredible IKEA deal. Bought one, but few months later had to have another for the bedroom. This clock is perfect if you like a minimalist decor! I wouldn't hesitate to buy another if needed.5
TROMMA Wall clock, white, 9 ¾ "

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