Review of Ohuhu Cutlery Kitchen Fork & Knife Wall Clock


We need clocks to keep time obviously but why not something a little fun? Today for review I’ve got a kitchen themed clock with spoons and forks as a border and a knife and forks for the hour and minute hands. The clock is a made of metal and it makes for a great presentation that should fit perfectly in any kitchen. Read on to learn more…

Product Name and Info:

Ohuhu Cutlery Kitchen Fork & Knife Wall Clock Decorative Clock, Silver

Modern fashion designed clock decorated with spoons and forks
Made of metal, metallic luster
Easy to set up
1 x AA battery required (not include)

-Material: ABS + metal
-Weight: 320g
-Color:  Silver
-Size:12.4″ x 12.4″ x 0.8″
-Package Dimension: 12.5″ x 12.5″ x 1.6″

Price: $14.99 (from Amazon at time of review)

The Review:

The packaging is a brown box with the clock inside wrapped in bubble wrap with the hands protected by a clean piece of plastic.

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The clock is made of metal which I was surprised by honestly, for some reason I thought the forks and spoons on the outside were plastic but they’re actually metal. I should note a couple of the forks and spoons arrived bent but they were very easy to bend back to shape. They are thin metal yes, it’s easily bendable, but it’s still metal. The clock is about 12 inches across the spoons/forks, and the face of the clock is slightly over five inches across.

The clock makes for a very nice presentation and it has a retro 50’s style look to it I think. I really like the look of it for my kitchen, sure I have a clock in my kitchen on the microwave and actually on my coffee pot too, but this is better, a real kitchen themed clock for my kitchen.


The clock has a knife and fork for the minute and hour hands and just a straight second hand. I’ve been using it for a little over a week now and it seems to be keeping time just fine. The forks and spoons around the outer edge actually correspond to the hours and not just there for decoration, or well they are but point is that they’re not just placed haphazardly around the clock.

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On the back you’ll find the battery compartment, and clock adjustment knob along with a hole to hang the clock on your wall. The clock uses a single AA battery for power. The clock is very lightweight so you may not even need to use an anchor to hold in on the wall, just a single nail or screw will do. I didn’t use any anchors, just a single screw in the drywall and it’s fine.

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The clock does make a clicking sound but it’s very faint, you can’t hear it unless you’re close or it’s very quiet. I mounted it about the doorway in my kitchen

I’ve gotten compliments on this clock, it’s unique for sure, and something that I think is the perfect addition to any kitchen.

The silver color should fit with most any kitchen décor so it shouldn’t clash. It has a stainless steel look to it which is something I think fits right in with a kitchen.

All in all it seems well made and it seems to keep good time and I just love the looks of it.


+Very nice looking

+Retro look to it

+Great kitchen theme

+Very lightweight


-Arrived bent, packaging could be a little better

Disclosure: This product was given to me for review by the company for review purposes only, and is not considered by us as payment for the review; we do not, never have, and never will, accept payment from companies to review their products.