The ticking of a clock is:
D) All of the above
My answer is D, all of the above. I find the ticking noise really puts me on edge, and I certainly can’t sleep well with that sound in the background. In our own home we didn’t have any ticking clocks, we just had the digital times from various electronics—and our watches.
Why did I want to review this ‘Geek Clock’ from Infmetry, an online store full of tons of geek-gear? The second-hand sweep! Magically, this clock makes no ticking noise—and I know this because Greg is super-sensitive to such things. Rather than a second-hand that moves from second to second, the second-hand sweep glides around the clock with the greatest of ease.
Not only is this clock quiet, but it is also a great colour, and I love the pattern. It goes well with the new colour of the walls in the living room, and has enough pattern that it looks interesting.
There is a huge selection of, but most of them would be sure to make a ticking noise. Too often, people just buy the cheapest clock they can find and don’t take in to consideration the noise they make (especially because all clocks are out of sync), nor the overall look of the clock and how it will fit in with their décor. My mom had dozens of these ugly, noisy clocks throughout her home before I stepped in. This clock is made of a thick material that feels like wood or at least particle board, with a glow-in-the-dark face and hands, and a ‘geeky’ pattern.
Check out the selection atfor all your gift-giving needs, or just for yourself. I received a Geek Clock for my review. I was not compensated in any other way.