Clocks aren't just for telling time! Take this one for example: artful with its understated analog dial, this piece is perfect lending an upscale feel to your living room look or kitchen ensemble. Measuring 16'' circular, its frame features a glass design accented by a shiny chrome center and openwork hands to mark the hour. This product required one AA battery to operate, which is not included. Suitable for indoor use only.

Bring bold, eye-popping appeal to your walls with this absolutely striking wall clock, the perfect finishing touch to your industrial-inspired ensemble. Crafted from welded steel and featuring a deep black finish, this understated and chic clock lends a touch of simple style to your look, while its 39" diameter ensures it will make a big impact wherever you decide to hang it. Hang it up over muted stripe wallpaper in the living room to let the patterns show through this clock's openwork design...
Hang clocks in places where they’ll be most useful, such as the kitchen or above your desk. They should be easily visible and complement the design of the space. Large wall clocks are ideal for over a fireplace, above an entry table or showcased in an art niche. Smaller wall clocks can be added to your kitchen, home office or child’s bedroom to help keep your day on track.
Coldplay released "Clocks" in Europe on 24 March 2003 as the album's third single. The single was issued with two B-sides: "Animals", which was one of the band's favourite songs performed on tour but was not included in the album, and "Crests of Waves". The single's cover, created by Sølve Sundsbø—as with the album and its other singles—is a portrayal of Chris Martin.[12] Across the United States, while preparing "The Scientist" as the album's second release, Coldplay's US label felt the song failed to "provide enough of a blood rush for American listeners"; instead, they released "Clocks" as the second single in the US.[13]
This selection offers an analog display with hands and a built-in digital wall clock. Metallic gray wall clock with a flat bezel framing the dial. White dial with large black Arabic numerals, black hour, minute and second hands beneath a glass crystal. LCD calendar in the dial displays the month, date, and day of the week. Quartz, battery operated movement.
A basic time clock will just stamp the date and time on a time card, similar to a parking validation machine. These will usually be activated by a button that a worker must press to stamp their card, or stamp upon full insertion. Some machines use punch hole cards instead of stamping, which can facilitate automated processing on machinery not capable of optical character recognition.
There are a few factors to consider when purchasing a time clock for your office. You first need to think about how employees will physically sign in. Most of us are familiar with traditional punch clocks, but time clocks actually come in different sign-in methods, like proximity cards and fingerprint scanners. Nowadays, you can also find a time clock that uploads attendance information into a cloud so that you can easily export the data to payroll systems. Whatever your needs are, you will find a time clock perfect for your business in the list below.
Features:100% Brand new and high quality!Adopt most advanced international fingerprint algorithmAdopt smart sensors energy-saving fingerprint readerSmart learning and updating functions of fingerprintOnce registered, the fingerprint is available in lifetime2.4 inch TFT colorful screen for directly and apparently operationBuilt-in backup batterySupport USB flash disk downloadAdopt USB and TCP/IP communicationSupport fingerprint, password and ID card attendance1500pcs fingerprints, 1500 ID card and 100,000 attendance record capacity.Product PropertiesBrand Name: NoneCommunication Mode: USB Communication, TCP/IPSupport USB flash disk download:YesIdentification Mode:Fingerprint RecognitionDimensions: (6.5 x 4.33 x 1.57)\'\' / (16.5 x 11 x 4)cm (L x W x H)Power S.
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