I first saw this rather eye catching clock in the Netherlands, and a quick check on Amazon meant that I didn't have to try to get it on a plane back home. It stands out from most clocks due to the shape/pattern, which looks great on the wall.
The clock is 59cm in diameter at it's widest point and sits 3.5cm out from the wall (2.5cm for the clock plus just under 1cm for the clock hands). The body of the clock is MDF with a wood pattern plastic veneer added to it. Up close, you will see that it's not real wood, but it does a good job most of the time, and doesn't look poorly done at all. The MDF has been moulded to the shape, and the wood effect veneer appears to be part of the moulding. This means that the front edges have a slight bevel to them, so that the design doesn't look harsh or 'cut out' and the veneer doesn't look like it has any exposed edges that will start to peel away.
The clock hands are made of a shiny silver plastic. They won't stand up to much punishment, but I wouldn't expect them to. Sometimes, in some lights, it can be a little difficult to see them, as they don't provide much contrast against the light brown backing, but it's only really been when the sun has been shining at the right angle, and not a major problem.
The mechanism is a single AA battery powered standard unit. Unlike most of these that I've had before, which produce a ticking noise, this clock produces a much quieter, but constant, grinding type noise. In a really quiet room, sitting close by, you can hear it, but only if you listen for it. The clock can be attached to the wall with a single screw, and has a triangular shaped hanging bracket on the back that sits flush with the mechanism.
Overall, very pleased with it. It looks great on the wall and feels well built.