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AMMS 10" Walnut Wood Quartz ClocK

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AMMS 10'' Walnut Wood Quartz ClocK
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Brand:  Amms

A Quality Walnut 'pie cut' wooden surround quartz clock. Superb dome Glass lens and metal indicator hands.

This superb 10" (250mm) model is enhanced with an Easy to Read classic Roman numerals dial, fitted with a very high quality Quartz Sweep movement that does not tick.

The deep dome lens protects the dial and metal hands from dust, dirt and tampering.

 

Fitted with a HQ 12 hour quartz sweep movement and metal indicator hands.

Operated from a single Standard AA battery. 

Supplied with full Instructions and 2 year guarantee.

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