Vitra Wheel Clock
This high-quality design wall clock in the shape of a wheel is part of the Wall Clocks collection from Vitra, designed by George Nelson.
With his collection of Wall Clocks (1948-1960), George Nelson developed an extensive range of clocks, many of which have become icons of 1950s design.
The Vitra Wall Clocks are available in various shapes and materials. They are a refreshing alternative to conventional clocks and a wide range of different designs ensures that there is a suitable clock for every interior.
The clocks have one characteristic in common: the absence of numbers. Nelson analyzed how people used clocks and came to the conclusion that they deduce time from the position of the hands, which makes numbers superfluous. Also because most people already wore a wristwatch at the time, Nelson assumed that clocks had become more of a decorative element.
The materials used for the Vitra wall clocks are different types of wood and metal.
The interior is a high-quality quartz movement, including a 1.5 volt battery.
Estimated dispatch: 3 weeks
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- Remove dust with a soft cloth and stains with a damp cloth
- Do not use abrasive cleaners or scouring pad
- Wipe dry using a soft dry cloth
Your order is delivered worldwide. The shipping cost depends on the destination and the order; the higher the amount, the lower the cost. On the page Delivery & Returns you will find a detailed overview of the options.
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Delivery with Track&Trace service
Your order is shipped with with international mail with Track&Trace service with signature.
UPS Express shipping is available on request for a surcharge.
VAT and import duties
Your order to outside the European Union will be without 21% VAT. Take into account that local customs may add import duties. If so, the courier service will advance the amount to speed up the clearance and they will collect the duties from you at delivery.