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Midland de luxe 730 - Time and Day Clock

Midland de luxe 730 - Time and Day Clock
Our Price:  £29.75 (exc VAT)
£35.70 (inc VAT)
RRP:  £39.95

Brand:  DayClox



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The Midland is a unique Time and Day Clock. A special 12 hour movement with a 168 hour slip gear to synchronise with the days of the Red week indicator. 

Now mounted is a very smart 12" Walnut Wood surround with a Glass dome lens to protect the all metal hands. 24 Months Guarantee makes this a very popular choice.

The very smart 12" (300mm) round 1.6" (45mm deep) Walnut Surround with a Glass 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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