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Sherwood

Sherwood
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Our Price:  £17.50(Exc. 20% VAT)(£21.00 Inc. VAT)
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Brand:  DayClox

We believe the ever lasting popularity of the Sherwood comes from listening to our customers requiring a very smart wood finished Day Clock. The easy to read days of the week in full on the dial housed in a clean looking, wall hanging surround with a flat glass lens and metal hand ticked all the boxes and rates high inn our analogue clock range.

This Day Clock has a mahogany effect bevelled MDF surround in an 8" (204mm) with a 6" (151mm) face and flat glass lens and stylish metal hand.

Fitted with a special quartz movement and metal indicator hand.

The 168 hour rotation is synchronised exactly with the hours of a 7 day week.

Virtually silent, ticking only every 60 seconds.

Operated from a single Standard AA battery. 

Supplied with full Instructions and 2 year guarantee.

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