The Mudita Bell is designed to be as quiet as possible so that it doesn't cause a disturbance in the bedroom. However, it's not completely silent, since it's still an analog, mechanical design.


The Bell doesn't tick like most conventional clocks, but it does have a mechanism with spinning cogs, which make a very slight, constant sound. In normal conditions, this sound shouldn't be noticeable. It should be barely audible if you listen closely.


If your Mudita Bell has an unusually loud mechanism that disturbs you at night or if it's making any irregular sounds (other than what's described above), it might be a faulty unit. In this situation, please contact Mudita Customer Support and we’ll help you open a warranty case to have the device repaired or replaced.