This basic clock is a must for casual players who want to put a time limit on their games.
Regulation Plastic Mechanical Chess Clock
Starting at: $24.95
This battery-operated Quartz analog clock is an economical chess clock which is reliable, accurate, easy to use, sturdy and has a large, easy-to-see display. This clock is perfect for schools, clubs or casual play. No more over-winding problems.
Diamond Quartz Analog Chess Clock
Starting at: $24.95
A simple to use mechanical clock, just wind-up the movement, set the hands, and you are ready to go! The housing is uniquely molded to allow the clock to sit at a slight angle for better, non-glare viewing. The movement is relatively quiet and the design is compact for easy transport. This basic clock is a must for serious tournament players or casual players who want to put a time limit on their games.
Regulation Wooden Mechanical Chess Clock
Starting at: $26.95
Approved for Both FIDE and US Chess Federation Tournament Use
Fully FIDE and US Chess compliant, this affordable clock is easy to set. Each of the presets are labeled underneath the clock and the box it comes in. The FIDE time controls are circled so you can differentiate them very easily. All of the presets can be changed and the clock can save one user created setting with up to 4 additional time controls.
FIDE Approved Chess Clock
Invest in a quality chess clock with a variety of styles and brands to choose from at The House of Staunton. Some chess clock brands offered include: Chronos, Saitek, and Excalibur. There are also a variety of styles of clocks to choose from including digital clocks, analog clocks, and mechanical clocks. There are clocks for both the serious chess player and the casual chess enthusiast. These clocks are easy to use and easy to set up. Chess clocks serve as timers for chess players, they record the players accumulated times, and have buttons for stopping and starting the time at the end of each move. The easy timer digital clocks are ideal for chess beginners and chess players that are budget conscious and do not need the advanced features offered on the more expensive models. The digital folding clock has all the features a chess player needs in a clock for tournament or blitz chess. Some mechanical clocks do not require batteries, just winding. These mechanical clocks are housed in a beautiful solid wood case, and have quiet mechanisms. You won't find a more attractive chess clock for these prices anywhere.