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Bulova Clocks Ridgedale Chiming Wall Clock C4437
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Ridgedale Chiming Wall Clock C4437 by Bulova Clocks

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Bulova Clocks # C4437
Bulova Clocks

Highlights:


  • Solid wood case, walnut finish
  • Decorative carved accents
  • Two-tone metal dial
  • Dual-chime movement plays Westminster or Whittington chimes on the quarter hour

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Description


Solid timekeeper Made with a solid wood case and topped with walnut finish, the Ridgedale Chiming Wall Clock does not fall short of detailing as it comes with decorative carved elements. Its two-tone metal dial gives it a modern finish.

Keep track of the hours This wall clock counts the hours so you are assured that you are always well-aware of the time. Plus, its dual-chime movement plays your choice of Westminster or Wittington chimes on the quarter hour.

Night shut-off And if you want to doze off without this clocks hourly reminders, simply activate its night shut-off and you can enjoy some uninterrupted sleep. You can also just adjust its volume for more subdued melodies.

Protective glass lens This clock is covered with glass lens to protect it from potential damages caused by unwarranted contact, ensuring that this lamp will grace your home for a long period of time.


  • Solid wood case, walnut finish
  • Decorative carved accents
  • Two-tone metal dial
  • Dual-chime movement plays Westminster or Whittington chimes on the quarter hour
  • Counts the hour
  • Adjustable volume control
  • Night shut-off
  • Protective glass lens
  • 24.75" Height x 13" Width x 4.5" Depth
  • Requires 1 x C-size Battery (not included)
  • Plays a melody
  • Manufacturer's 2-year Warranty

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Atomic clocks receive a radio signal from the most accurate clock in the world, the cesium atomic clock, transmitted from the National Institute of Standards in Fort Collins, CO. The radio signal that covers the entire United States will keep your clock accurate to within one second over one million years. You'll never have to reset the clock, even for daylight-saving time!

The US Naval Observatory which operated 70 "atomic clocks" provided the following background information about these clocks: 'A cesium beam atomic clock uses the exact frequency emitted by atoms of the metallic element cesium. Today, cesium clocks measure frequency with an accuracy of one second in 1,400,000 years! It is the most accurate realization of a unit that mankind has yet achieved. A cesium clock operates by exposing cesium atoms to microwaves until they vibrate and counting the corresponding cycles as a measure of time.

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