Good times: 10 best wall clocks

Don’t forget to put your clocks forward this Sunday. We’ve rounded up the best timepieces to say a stylish hello to British Summertime

British Summertime is finally here, well in a formal sense at least (sun, please come out to play). We reckon there’s no better excuse to invest in a new clock to put on the wall.

We’ve found our favourites; from Wilko’s bright little Daisy one to Vyconic’s strikingly different wheel clock, we hope there’s something for every space at budget.

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Verdict:

For a classic, large clock that will look just as striking on the wall ten years from now, Newgate’s pieces are worth the money. If you’re on a budget but want a timepiece that will get guests talking (and you’re prepared to do a bit of the work), try the Big Ben Sticker Clock. With its large numerals, Laura Ashley’s pretty Geranium Clock is a good bet for anyone who finds little numbers hard to see.  

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1. Ducky Dora Button Face Florence Fabric, £55

2. Big Ben Sticker Wall Clock, £14.99

3. Wilko Daisy Wall Clock, £8

4. Jones & Co Kitchen Timer Clock, £20

5. Pop Art Clock, £30

6. Universal Expert by Sebastian Conran Clock & Key Cabinet, £64

7. Newgate Billingsgate Wall Clock, £250

8. Vyconic Bike Sprocket Wheel Clock, £75

9. Laura Ashley Geranium Wall Clock, £21

10. Kaleido Clock Turquoise Triangles, £22

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