Is it just us, or is a kitchen not a real kitchen without an easy-to-read classic clock to keep everyone on schedule?
Here's a roundup of kitchen clocks; all with quartz-battery mechanisms.
Above: The Classic Clock was designed by Howard Miller (son of Herman) and measures 12 inches in diameter; $55 at DWR.
Above: The Aluminum Wall Clock measures 9.45 inches in diameter; $48.75 at Muji.
Above: The Max Bill Wall Clock with Numbers, by famed Bauhaus designer Max Bill, is $400 for the small (8.80 inches in diameter) and $450 for the large (12 inches in diameter) at Lumens; photo from Loft Modern.
Above: Embossed Numbers Wall Clock; $54.95 at Crate & Barrel.
Above: The Swiss Railway Clock by Mondaine is available in two sizes. The small (10 inches in diameter) is $195 and the large (15.75 inches in diameter) is $395 at MoMA Store (the small is also available with a red finish).
Above: The Simple Wood Wall Clock is 10 inches in diameter; $39 at West Elm.
Above: The simple, well-designed Pugg Wall Clock is $14.99 at Ikea.
Above: The Bi-Color Plywood Clock from Yuichi Nara features a natural wood face with die-cut numbers; $95 at MoMA Store.
N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on December 8, 2010.