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Kitchen clocks for all tastes

He kitchen clock It is a decorative complement that often goes unnoticed despite being essential for control the times Cooking For me, for example, I find it great to be terrified that my guests are falling and I haven't even turned on the oven.

In any case, it is an element to lend to special attention when decorating. More than once I have entered a designer kitchen chaired by an elegant watch of some beverage brand, a classic. Be very careful with small detailsSometimes they make the difference.

Now that the importance of the clock Among the stoves, it is key to find one that suits the taste and style of each and their kitchen.

To start, my favorite, a watch with a retro touch and a universal design, seasoned with a large variety of fonts that will make each moment different from the others. There are several models, but all would be great both in a minimalist kitchen, providing contrast with their anarchy, as in an eclectic kitchen, where, although everything has room, they would give that point modern classics so fashionable

However, if what you want is to put the finishing touch to your geek home, either of these two models will help you. In one, the hours are the result of mathematical formulas, while the other gives the hours in universal binary. They are perfect for lovers of mathematics and computer science, those who want a challenge every time they look at the time or those who simply do not care what time it is.

Finally, two designs that make it clear that their place is in the kitchen. Each in its own way, both are made with things that we can find in the drawers of most kitchens. A note kitsch It fits in almost any decorative style.

With all these options it is difficult to choose. They also have some affordable prices, between 20 and 40 euros.

I already chose mine, and you ... Which one do you prefer?

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