They say time and tide wait for no one. I am not much of a seafarer, so I can't vouch for the tide part of the proverb, but I've been late for enough meetings to know that time does not mess around. Rather than fighting the inevitable march of time, embrace it with some of our favorite desktop clocks.
With a brushed aluminum case and face, this Bulova desk clock will add an industrial touch to your desktop. The luminous hands and on demand lighted dial are nice features for those night owls out there. There is also a built in alarm to let you know when it is time to take that next break. Buy Here
Never worry about setting your clock again. This atomic clock from Marathon uses radio frequencies to keep accurate time without any involvement on your part. While you might not be able to say the same for your significant other - this clock is the model of "low maintenance". Paired with a huge display and the ability to track 8 different time zones - this clock is sure to please. Heck, it even comes WITH batteries. Buy Here
Packed with features, this offering from Plutek is sure to please. Seemingly simple from all outward appearances - but don't let those appearances fool you. This little dynamo will treat you to all kinds of alarm settings, both ascending and descending in decibel levels, snooze options and lighted face settings. Buy Here
Model after the altimeters found in many WWII aircraft, the this desk clock by Pendulux is certainly a statement piece. Chunky brass screws and aluminum housing surround the dials with authentic altitude markings. This rugged clock is one of our absolute favorites. Buy Here
This wooden clock from JCC will add rustic yet modern feel to your workspace with its rich brown tones and smooth lines. The clear display and large numbers will be a welcome site for those weary eyes after long day. Buy Here