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Midland Time and Day Clock - Grey, White or Silver Frame

Midland Time and Day Clock - Grey, White or Silver Frame
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Brand:  DayClox

Time and Day Clocks have unique dual movements to maintain the days of the week with the red inner hand and the black minute and hour hands to make it an easy to read clock. 
The smart 10" (250mm) round 1.6" (45mm deep) with acrylic lens is fitted with our special 12 hour quartz movement with a 168 hour front gear to synchronise with the days of the week.

Requires 1 x AA Battery - 24 month Guarantee & Instructions.
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Friday, 21 April 2017  | 

Just wanted to say I am thrilled with the clock. I wasn't sure when I first ordered it but having had it in the house for a few days I wonder what I did without it.

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Thank you so much for your feedback. We are thrilled you are thrilled :-)

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