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Why use a Garden Clock?
20 March 2013
Outdoor garden clocks offer a practical and attractive focal point in any garden and will ensure that you never lose track of the time.
As the countdown to the British Summer begins and the clocks go forward by one hour on March 31st there is no better time to buy an outdoor clock. All our clocks have a clear face and display large numbers; this makes them easier to read when in the garden.
All of our outdoor clocks are made from a powder coated aluminum case with a glass cover, they are all fully weatherproof and the batteries (not included) are protected in a weather resistant casing. Fitted with a key hole hook for hanging they are designed to be mounted on an outside wall, outbuilding or garage. To get the most out of your clock it is a good idea to position it where you can clearly view it, or where you spend the most time in the garden. We do not recommend hanging it in direct sunlight.
To prolong the life of your clock we recommend regular maintenance, it is important that you keep the clock free of any dirt and debris.
Our clocks come in a choice of two colours Clay and Slate and prices start at £28.00.
Matching barometer and thermometer sets are also available to keep track of and to monitor the weather, they provide an accurate record of the temperature and weather throughout the day. Available in a range of colours and sizes. Our tide clocks are also a great addition, our tide clock gives you a simple, convenient and easy indication of high and low tides.
8"Round Barometer and Thermometer set in Clay £60.00