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A SHORT WALK  |  ECO Time & Tide Clock - Blue

A SHORT WALK | ECO Time & Tide Clock - Blue

  |   $95.00

A SHORT WALK  |  ECO Time & Tide Clock - Blue

From sailing to sandcastles, we all need to know what the tide is doing.

A unique and elegant clock, handmade in the UK from recycled paper packaging. Synchronized to the lunar cycle, the tide clock provides an innovative and convenient guide to the tides.

The quartz driven hand will rotate every 12 hours and 25 minutes, giving a comprehensive, average guide to tide times at your selected location.

This design also provides an indication of how many hours remain until high or low water.

Made from recycled paper packaging, the material has a very solid, robust look and feel.

Designed to be wall mounted. 

Perfect gift for any environmentally conscious friends or family.

  • Designed & Manufactured in the UK
  • Made from Recycled Paper Packaging. 
  • Easy to read clock and clean, high contrast design Stylish and Modern Clock for your garden
  • 200mm x 200mm
  • Silent Quartz movement uses 1 X AA battery (not included)
  • Wall mounted.
  • Weatherproof


ashortwalk is a product design and manufacturing company based near Truro, Cornwall. Started in 2003 by Dan who left his previous job as a product designer/inventor at Dyson and moved to Cornwall in order to realise a long-held desire: to set up a business, and live, 'ashortwalk' from the sea.
The outdoor range of products are made from recycled plant pots; gathered, recycled and transformed into new and innovative products, using the UK nationwide ‘pot to product’ scheme.


Turning redundant pots into new useful products.
It’s estimated that we each own about 39 redundant plastic plant pots and over the UK it is suggested there are over 5 million languishing in sheds and garages. Why? Because we all think that one day they might be useful and also up until now, plastic flower pots have been notoriously hard to recycle with most council collections and municipal centres not accepting them.

Well now your 39 pots can make a house sign or 8 bird feeders or even 39 plant labels!

Please help us turn your old redundant plant pots into new, useful home and garden products.