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A large modern, minimal wall clock
Tait
Wood Wall Clock
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Tait
Wood Wall Clock
A large modern, minimal wall clock
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$185.00
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Made out of solid maple, steel and aluminum from 100% USA-sourced materials, and assembled in Detroit, the 355mm/14” Tait wall clock is solid, bold, and attractive. With a huge dial opening and large diameter, this clock makes a statement in any room. The dial mixes an industrial sensibility that speaks to Tait’s Detroit locale with a simple, mid-century layout of blocks and lines. Thanks to the US-made Takane Quartz movement, the clock also runs silently.

The Tait Wall Clock is available in two colors, Slate and Glacier. Slate is a dark gray with a similar tonality as a chalkboard. The white markers and hands stand out on the surface for high-legibility. Glacier is then a pale blue-gray with an immediately soothing quality. This is perfect for rooms where you want a less bold option.

  • Materials:
  • Body: Maple, Aluminum, Steel
  • Movement:US-Made Quartz
  • Dimensions:
  • Width/Diameter: 355mm/14”
  • Depth: 31.75mm/1.25"
  • Functions:
  • Requires a Double A Battery, Not Included
  • Made and Assembled in the US
  • Materials:
  • Body: Maple, Aluminum, Steel
  • Movement:US-Made Quartz
  • Dimensions:
  • Width/Diameter: 355mm/14”
  • Depth: 31.75mm/1.25"
  • Functions:
  • Requires a Double A Battery, Not Included
  • Made and Assembled in the US
About Tait

TAIT Design Co. is an independent product design studio owned and operated by founder Matt Tait and co-founder Audrey Elkus. Based in Detroit, their designs are playful, bold, modern, and focus on an appreciation of materials. They also produce all of their products and components in the US, even using US-Made clockworks.