Playful in style, STOLPA wall and table clocks, designed by Henrik Preutz, that make light work of timekeeping. A clever touch Tap the yellow STOLPA table clock to see its outer ring enlighten for a few seconds – a great function for the bedside. And the silent quartz movement means you won’t be kept awake by noisy ticking sounds! Sound sensitive The white STOLPA wall clock has a built-in sound sensor that lights up to noise – for example, a clap.
Additionally, a built-in light sensor adjusts the light to save battery life. Thoughtful design Having been a designer for IKEA since 2003, Henrik Preutz knows a thing or two about making great products for everyday life at home. ‘I really like the challenge of working with low-priced products, because I have to think hard about what kind of materials to use in order to make a good product that’s sustainable and long-lasting.’ A clock without the tick-tock.
The mechanism has a silent movement so you can relax and sleep without being disturbed by the sound. No disturbing ticking sounds since the clock has a silent quartz movement. Highly accurate at keeping time as it is fitted with a quartz movement. Good to know We recommend using alkaline batteries in the clock. STOLPA, Clock, A touch sensor activates the decorative clock light when you touch it. In a bright room the light will turn on, and in a dark room it will. A sunny way to wake up each morning.