Bagby Silent / Digital-Free Alarm Clock

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Adding a silent / digital-free alarm-clock in your bedroom is the first and easiest step to improve your digital wellness. 

Embrace digital minimalism with this bedroom 100 % SILENT alarm clock. Wood Quartz Analog Alarm Clock with snooze function. No ticking noise or annoying lights for a greater sleep and rest (Sleep hygiene).

Catherine Price (author of "How To Break Up With Your Phone" ) has featured our clock  on Rachael Ray Show



Aprox Size:
Inches: 4" x 4" x 1.8" (L x L x W)

Cm: 10 x 10 x 4.5 (L x L x W)

Solid pine wood from New Zealand. No VOC stain.


100 % Silent
No ticking noise for a greater sleep and rest (Sweep Movement).

Exquisite Craftsmanship 
Delicate and smooth craft made with love.

EMF Radiation Safe
We got rid of any digital technology. Welcome back to the analog world.

We used water-based paint. Volatile organic compounds free. 

No Cables
This clock uses 1 AA battery (not included). It last between 12 - 24 months depending on battery brand. We believe this is better than a clock plugged in with a cable so you can use it anywhere. 

Large face / numbered dial
Easy to read, especially for kids.

Night Light Button
No annoying lights or glowing hands. Light up the dial to see the time only when you need to.

Snooze Function
If you like sleeping a bit longer, you can mute the alarm and sleep for another 10 minutes.

Gentle & Pleasant Alarm Tone
No jarring effect. Peeping like a traditional alarm clock but very gentle and calm sound so you wake up refreshed and in a good mood.

Real Wood, Compact and Stable
Made of REAL wood from New Zealand and Europe, this clock has a low center of gravity and it's design to place anywhere. Say NO to plastic. 

Perfect gift choice
Perfect as a gift to you parents, children and friends etc. Every Bagby is nicely wrapped and comes with a personal handwritten note ( We are human ). 

Here a 6 important reasons

Our silent alarm-clock is recommended by author "How To Break Up With Your Phone" Catherine Price who has recently featured our clock  on Rachael Ray Show.

HAVING SECOND THOUGHTS ABOUT HOW AN ANALOG CLOCK WORK? Don't worry, we have you covered. Check this page to understand how. It comes with examples of times and alarm set. 
The analog world might feel harder at the beginning, but it pays off in the long run. 



Ask a Question
  • What type of batteries do the clocks use?

    This clock uses 1 AA battery (It last between 12 - 24 months depending on battery brand). We believe this is better than a clock plugged in with a cable so you can use it anywhere.

  • Is This Alarm Clock Silent?

    "Silent" refers to the clock mechanism which means there is no ticking noise. This is a "sweep" movement (silent) vs "step" movement (tick-tack sound).

    "Gentle sound refers" to the alarm sound which means that the alarm sound is not super loud (like an old traditional clock) so you can wake up in a good mood.

    We have analyzed and explored many options to ensure our clock is what people need.

  • Is this a gradual gentle wake up sound? Or is it a single tone sound please

    The ascending alarm begins sound faintly and then grew increasingly louder for gently wake up without being awakened abruptly. You can see a video here

  • How do you set up the alarm?

    Turn back the clock. Find the "alarm" knob (left one) and rotate it to set the alarm. Bear in mind that there is only one hand for the alarm (To set the time you have 1 for hours, 1 for minutes). Place the alarm hand (silver color) where you need. 
    You'll find that there are 4 small dots or markings between the subsequent numbers on the clock, each representing an interval of 12 minutes. Turn the alarm knob to set the alarm hand to the exact time. Note that there is no difference between AM and PM.

    For more detail and some examples, feel free to check out this page