Daylight Saving Time: Quirky to elegant clocks to help keep track of time

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At 2 a.m. Sunday, March 12, we all spring forward and welcome Daylight Saving Time. Even though it means losing an hour, it also means spring is close at hand, and with it, a little extra daylight. Keep track of the change and make sure you’re not late for anything important (or fun!) with a brand-new clock. We’ve rounded up some of our favorites to help keep you on time and on trend.

Blink Clock

Take a number Make a statement with the
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Make a statement with the Blink Clock, designed by Edward Lee for Umbra. The minimalist design features black aluminum and is designed to mount directly on a wall using 3M adhesives and following the included template. $30 at umbra.com

Analog Digital Desk Clock

Block party This elegant wood-look Analog Digital Desk
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This elegant wood-look Analog Digital Desk Clock, designed by Natalie Sun, is sound-activated, and lights up with a tap or a clap. It’s rechargeable via USB, and can also be powered by adapter. Features alarm and live running second settings. $175 at store.moma.org, and available after April 4; more information: store.moma.org

French Amperes Meter Clock

Meter made The French Amperes Meter Clock was
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The French Amperes Meter Clock was designed to resemble an antique French electrical meter and features brass housing. Available in small, medium or large. $99 to $129 at rh.com 

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Sliced Grandfather Clock

Home slice No room for an antique grandfather
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No room for an antique grandfather clock? Rob Price’s Sliced Grandfather Clock is just over 3 inches high and 17.25 inches wide. Made with a walnut satin finish, metal hands and a Plexiglas face. $49 at gnr8.biz

Clocky

Running late If you have trouble getting out
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If you have trouble getting out of bed, this may be the most expedient solution. Clocky is the alarm clock that jumps off your nightstand and rolls around on the floor if you hit the snooze button. Runs on four AAA batteries, not included, and available in blue, chrome, red or gold, and designed by Nando. $80 at suck.uk.com

Gigantic Bravur wall clock

Big time There's no way to lose track
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There’s no way to lose track of time with this gigantic Bravur wall clock. At almost 2 feet wide, the steel and glass clock runs on one AA battery, sold separately. $49.99 at ikea.com and Ikea stores

Hourglass Desk Clock

Hourglass figure Elegant and unusual, this Hourglass Desk
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Elegant and unusual, this Hourglass Desk Clock features minutes on the top and hours on the bottom, with a red indicator line and a rotating seconds dial. About 7 inches high, and powered by two AA batteries, not included. $70 at kikkerland.com

Red Antiqued Wall Clock

Big red Pretty and just a little silly,
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Pretty and just a little silly, this Red Antiqued Wall Clock resembles an oversized pocket watch. The 37.25-inch clock features a vintage-style face and is made of metal, wood and glass. Operates on AA battery, not included. $129 at pier1.com and Pier 1 Imports stores

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Modern Plate Wall Clock

Perfect timing Clean-lined and colorful, this Modern Plate
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Clean-lined and colorful, this Modern Plate Wall Clock from Modern by Dwell Magazine features a 17-inch-wide white plastic face with transparent clock hands that create changing hues as they overlap. $39.99 at target.com and select Target stores

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