Updated September 20, 2019 by Karen Bennett

The 9 Best Silent Wall Clocks

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This wiki has been updated 13 times since it was first published in February of 2017. If you would like to be punctual for all your appointments, but don't like an intrusive ticking noise reminding you when you’re not, a silent wall clock is just what you need. It won’t distract you when you’re working, studying, or trying to fall asleep. Our selections look lovely, keep accurate time, and are available in a variety of designs to match the decor of any home, office, or school. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best silent wall clock on Amazon.

9. Sonyo Big 3D

8. Office Style Analog

7. Jomparis Vintage

6. SkyNature Wooden

5. Epy Huts Modern

4. Infinity Instruments Precedent

3. Eruner Ocean Stripe

2. Umbra Modern

1. Plumeet 13 Inch

Special Honors

Joseph Tyler Rustic Baseball Clock When you’re on the edge of your seat watching a bases-loaded, bottom-of-the-ninth on your big screen, chances are you don’t want a loudly ticking clock distracting your attention. This vintage red, white, and blue baseball clock is constructed with silent quartz mechanisms that won’t produce annoying ticking sounds. It also sits flush against the wall for a wobble-free installation. There’s no glare since the face is glass-free, and the design is hand-painted on a single piece of medium-density fiberboard. It’s made to order (in Arizona) and is also available in basketball, fishing, and beach themes. Choose from nine sizes between 10 and 60 inches in diameter. josephtylerclocks.com

Editor's Notes

September 12, 2019:

While you likely want a reliable and decorative clock adorning the wall of your office, kitchen, den, or bedroom, you might not wish to be bothered by the loud ticking sounds many of them make. Fortunately, there are plenty wall clocks that come in attractive, traditional designs that feature smoothly sweeping second hands for silent operation. (Keep in mind there are also plenty of digital wall clocks that run silently, and many of those also conveniently display the day, date, and outside temperatures.) Here we focus on some analog models in a range of designs, colors, sizes, and prices, so you’re sure to find the right one to match your setting and tastes.

Joining our selection in this update is the Plumeet 13 Inch, which comes in either a black dial face with white 3D numbers, or a white dial face with enlarged quarter-hour numbers that make it easy to read in any size room from any angle. It comes with mounting hooks and features a wide slot for easy hanging. And you can buy it with confidence, thanks to its generous one-year warranty.

Also coming on board is the Umbra Modern, which comes in your choice of shiny, metallic finishes, including copper, stainless steel, brass, and black. Each features ribbons of metal that are gently bent for a modern, aesthetically pleasing design. Most also are made with highly contrasting hands, making the time easy to read from across a room. They’re created by award-winning designer Michelle Ivankovic, who attended the Ontario College of Art & Design.

Epy Huts Modern joins the list as a clean, simple choice available in an array of bold colors like teal, blue, and rose, as well as basic black and white. And it’s not just a pretty face, as it’s got large, easy-to-read numbers and prominent hands, so you can tell the time with just a quick glance from anywhere in your room.

Leaving the list today are the Beautiful Things Modern and the DecoMates House Bird, due to availability issues. In addition, the UrbanWare Quartz makes its departure, in the wake of reports regarding its durability and longevity.

Karen Bennett
Last updated on September 20, 2019 by Karen Bennett

Karen Bennett lives in Chicago with her family, and when she’s not writing, she can usually be found practicing yoga or cheering on her kids at soccer games. She holds a master’s.degree in journalism and a bachelor’s in English, and her writing has been published in various local newspapers, as well as “The Cheat Sheet,” “Illinois Legal Times,” and “USA Today.” She has also written search engine news page headlines and worked as a product manager for a digital marketing company. Her expertise is in literature, nonfiction, textbooks, home products, kids' games and toys, hardware, teaching accessories, and art materials.

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