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Seiko Clocks Melodies in Motion Wall Clock Swarovski Crystal/Brown Wood QXM478BRH
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Melodies in Motion Wall Clock Swarovski Crystal/Brown Wood QXM478BRH by Seiko Clocks

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Seiko Clocks # QXM478BRH
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  • Wood Finish
  • 16.5" Height x 15.25" Width x 4.75" Depth
  • Brown Metallic Case With Two Swarovski Crystals
  • Light Sensor

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Description and Features

Evening at the ball – This Seiko Wall Clock features a wood finish and creates a great look for any room. Its metallic case is adorned with two sparkling Swarovski crystals.

Prepare to be hypnotized – You’ll be amazed watching its rotating pendulum that’s made even more beautiful with 12 more Swarovski crystals. There are light sensors that disengages all music.

Hourly tunes you’ll love – On the hour, the clock plays one of twelve Hi-Fi Melodies. It has two sets of melodies are available for selection on the control panel.

Other beautiful features – This masterpiece of a wall clock also features Volume Control, Demonstration Button and a convenient On/Off switch, all to make home living more beautiful.

  • Wood Finish
  • 16.5" Height x 15.25" Width x 4.75" Depth
  • Brown Metallic Case With Two Swarovski Crystals
  • Light Sensor
  • Volume Control
  • Demonstration Button
  • Rotating Pendulum With Twelve Swarovski Crystals
  • On/Off Switch
  • Two C" Batteries and Three AA" Batteries (Included)
  • Light Sensor Disengages All Music
  • Made With Swarovksi Element
Popular Selection:
  • Hey! Baby!
  • Hooked On A Feeling
  • On Broadway
  • The Way You Do The Things You Do
  • This Old Heart Of Mine (Is Weak For You)
  • We Belong
Christmas Selection:
  • Deck The Halls
  • O Tannenbaum
  • We Wish You A Merry Christmas
  • Joy To The World
  • Silent Night
  • Jingle Bells


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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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