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Forget-Me-Not Days de luxe 710 - Day Clock

Forget-Me-Not Days de luxe 710 - Day Clock
Our Price:  £19.95 (exc VAT)
£23.94 (inc VAT)
RRP:  £29.95
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Brand:  Amms



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

This beautiful clock has a Forget-Me-Not flower for each day of the week in a superb 10" (250mm) wooden clock enhanced with Easy to Read shaded night hours, fitted with a high quality 168 hour Quartz movement that only ticks quietly every 60 seconds.

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


Fitted with a 168 hour quartz movement and metal indicator hands.

Operated from a single Standard AA battery. 

Supplied with full Instructions and 2 year guarantee.

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