Wall Clocks

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Wall clocks with timeless appeal

Let's go back in time for a moment. Clocks have been a highly prized item for millennia. In Ancient Egypt, shadow clocks were constructed to tell the time using the position of the sun. Ancient sailors used hourglasses that were prized for their accuracy, thanks to the relative consistency of sand. The first home clocks – pendulum clocks – were conceptualised by Galileo and invented by Christian Huygens, a Dutch astronomer, in 1656. They were highly prized by the elite, but would not become affordable and accessible to the masses until the late 18th and 19th centuries.

Today, wall clocks are mostly battery-operated and found in a wide variety of shapes, designs and colours to suit any décor. Whether you’re filling an empty space in your home office, want something to replace your alarm clock on your bedside table, or installing practical décor for your store, a decorative wall clock is practical and modern wall art for any room of the home. Find your perfect clock by shopping online with Artiss.

Contemporary wall clock? We've got you

At Artiss, we offer a range of clocks in modern styles through to vintage style wall clocks. Our clocks are designed to perfectly match your unique home decor and add elegant and nostalgic appeal to your space. They are perfect for every room of the home, from the living room to the kitchen and the bedroom.

For a standard industrial style timepiece, purchase our vintage style 80cm Roman Numeral Large Wall Clock. Inspired by the design of iconic European turret or tower clocks, this beautiful wall clock is easy to read thanks to the large 3D Roman numerals and is made from eco-friendly, non-toxic materials. The sophisticated aesthetic matches a wide variety of home styles from industrial to provincial.

Decorative wall clock? Artiss has your walls covered

For something a little less conventional, our 60cm Large Vintage Luxury Clock gives a distinct steampunk aura. The perfect nostalgic art for the old at heart, this exquisite timepiece is made from deep brown MDF with metal hands and is easy to read thanks to the large Roman numerals. The clock is rust-proof, so you won’t need to worry about maintenance. Match with rustic, classic, industrial or eclectic styles.

For large wall clocks that really shine, our 60cm Modern Crystal Luxury clock is the perfect display for the high society home. The large Arabic numerals are easy to read and are framed by beautiful blue and pink crystals set in peacock feather-shaped fittings. Our large wall clocks suit any room in need of a fancy makeover, exuding an aura of exclusivity, decadence and charm. Inspired by Northern European influences, it will suit any home with a classic, contemporary or modern style. It's the perfect clock to create a picture of high society, albeit at a fraction of the price.

Buy wall clocks online

For a contemporary wall clock, look no further than Artiss. Our clocks are carefully designed to suit every home, and we make our clocks from non-toxic, eco-friendly materials that are rust-proof and easy to install and maintain – just put in a battery and enjoy accurate time measurements to keep you organised.

Whether as a gift or decoration for your own house, the right clock is just around the corner. Shop our wide range of decorative styles online and enjoy the benefits of fast delivery, friendly Australia-based customer service, and our unique AR 3D viewing experience. Place your favourite pieces directly into your home using your smartphone, and take the guesswork out of online shopping.

Keep on ticking. Browse our full range of large wall clocks today!

Wall clock FAQ

Where to hang a wall clock?

First, think about which room of the house would benefit the most from a clock. Where do you need to check the time the most? If you're always in a rush in the morning, a wall clock displayed on a kitchen wall might help things along. If you spend a lot of time in your home office, a clock can help keep track of the day. Wherever you find yourself constantly checking the time and wishing you had a watch, you should place a clock.

How high should wall clocks be hung?

Clocks work best at two heights: between eye and chest level, or above eye level. You may like to measure a wall clock to hang above a mantel, couch, bed or desk. We recommend you measure at least four inches between the clock and surrounding furniture or openings.

If you are hanging a large or heavy wall clock, you should hang it from the studs within your wall, or anchor screws if you have brick or concrete walls. Use a stud finder to locate your studs before committing to a location.

How can I get the most accurate time?

Some clocks are more accurate than others due to the inner mechanisms.

Pendulum clocks (such as grandfather clocks or cuckoo clocks) are still considered one of the most accurate timekeeping devices. They are commonly only off by a half second per day, roughly 1 in 150,000 parts.

Quartz clocks followed as the next best measurement, using the vibrations of a quartz crystal connected to an electrical circuit to count a second. These became more streamlined, accessible and affordable for most households before the invention of battery operated and digital clocks. Battery operated clocks are accurate to within a few seconds a day, while quartz clocks are accurate to within 20 seconds per month.

Atomic clocks are the most accurate type of clock and measures the length of a second in atomic oscillations. These clocks have an average error of up to one second every 100 million years. As well as the most accurate, they are the most expensive type of clock.

Why is my clock running slower?

There are several things you can do to maintain the life of your clock.

If your clock starts to run slow, first check the battery compartment. There may be a build-up of dust, dirt or corrosion preventing the battery from working, or it may need replacing. Clean the compartment and replace the battery, making sure to correctly line up the positive and negative terminals.

Check the clock hands to make sure they are ticking over normally. Check they are correctly positioned, none of the hands are warped or bent, and none of the hands are touching.

If the clock is still not accurate, the movement (the mechanism that makes the hands tick) may need to be replaced. Replacement movements can be easily found on Amazon and eBay (check your product manual for specifications), or you can visit the manufacturer's site for spare parts.

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