Shinola X Bamford Runwell Electric Clock

Oct 11, 2018

Category: Living

Driven by engineering excellence, both Shinola and Bamford are companies producing some of the finest watches on the planet. Recently, the Detroit and London watchmakers joined forces to manufacture the magnificent Runwell Electric Clock.

Limited to just 100 pieces, the wall clock is reminiscent of the first watch Shinola ever created. The wall clock looks to have raised Arabic indices and luminous hands. You can hang it on the wall or use Shinola’s white oak clock stand with a smooth lacquer finish, which is specifically made to hold the collaborative masterpiece. With its immaculate design, it would make a captivating centerpiece for any room in your home. Being fans of Shinola and Bamford, we are waiting eagerly for more details about the sleek design. This $500 electric wall clock will be available in October.

Purchase: $500

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