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Titanic Classic 21410 - Day Clock

Titanic Classic 21410 - Day Clock
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Our Price:  £10.50 (exc VAT)
£12.60 (inc VAT)
RRP:  £17.95
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Brand:  DayClox

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This popular nostalgic scene of the Titanic a very popular Day Clock with Sunday in the 12 o'clock position.

Simply styled and attractively priced Titanic certainly popular in our analogue range.

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Black 8" (202mm) plastic surround an acrylic lens.

Acrylic lens to protect the dial from tampering and dust.

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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