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Metal - Probably the most versatile of all materials!

The definition of a metal is considered to be the following material properties: high electrical conductivity, high thermal conductivity, ductility and metallic luster. These metal properties occur not only in pure metals, but also in alloys, both in solid and liquid states.

However, the malleability of metals is particularly important for watchmaking. Of course, this also applies to the precious metals gold and silver, which, however, are more likely to be used as coatings. Only rarely are they used completely for the production of pendulums or the like. Base metals such as aluminum and brass are more likely to be used for this purpose.

The clock designers have really put a lot of effort into the design of their metal wall clock. Some of these watches are made entirely of metal, while others are material combinations of metal and wood or other things. Injoma, for example, orients itself to the sun, among other things. For fans of the Middle Ages, the watches in the shape of a knight of Terratudio are recommended.

The designers of the Westminster brand have developed beautiful metal outdoor clocks. These are not only great to look at, but also weather-resistant and durable.

If you like to rely on the sun for time, a sundial from Sunshine Garden is the right choice. These are easy to clean and extremely robust. However, you will also find a large number of great watches for indoor use in our range. The designs are incredibly diverse, ranging from traditional to ultra-modern.